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Basu, Kas?n?tha

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About this Item: ReInk Books, 2017. SoftCover. Condition: New. Reprinted from [1840] edition. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Seller Inventory # 454236337

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J.P. Singh

ISBN 10: 8121205050 ISBN 13: 9788121205054

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About this Item: 1996. Hardcover. Condition: New. 434 Our Knowledge of the Ineian woman continues to be quite inadequate and in some ways superficial too. The fact that issues relating t6o womken are quite vast and of bewildering complexity has greatly hampered our understanding pf the wom,enfolk. Keepig this fact in view, experts from different branches of jumanities and social sciences have attempted to focus on certain key issues concerning the Indian woman from tjhe persective of their own discipline. The book is a somewhat new venture in cross-disciplinary studies of the Indian women. As far as possible each contributor has offered an orginal account of the current dialogue on the subject covered giveing sufficient impirical or historical depth. the volume will have achieved its purpose, if it provokes the students and reserchers alike to engage in serious and concerned reflection upon the Indian woman. About The Author:- J.P. ingh is presently a reader in Socialogy at Patana University, Patna and Chairman, Institute of Population and Integrated Development, Pantna. He has been a Augc Teacher Fellow at the JNU, New Delhi: Research scholar at the School of Social Sciences, the Australian National University of Hawaii (USA): And Reader in Research Methodology at the Tata Institute of social Sciences, Bombay. Dr. Singh has got several research papers published in leading profesional journals from India and abroad and authored patterns of Rural Urban Migration in India. Contents:- Preface • "With All of us Together, There is Hope" : Profiles of Five Women Activists Clarice A. Auluck-Wilson • The Sociology of Women and Work J.P. Singh • Women's Participation in Economic Activities in India Prasanta K. Majumdar and Saswati Dutta • The Girl child is Not a Lesser Child Sabita Guha • Girl Child: a Study in Familial and Societal Negligence Godavari D. Patil and Madhumati Patil • The Practice of Widow Remarriage in South India Abusalih Shariff • The Litmus Test (The Condition of Working Women in Industries) Meera Basu and EKATRA • Reproduction and Rural Women’s Education Under-development: an Empirical Exploration Sandeep Parmar and S. B. Singh Parmar • Wosmen's Movement in India and an Anti-Rape Campaign Vibhuti Patel • Women, Technology and Development: Some Observations Raj Mohini Sethi • Changing Role and Status of the Indian Women N.V. Jagannatha Rao and Godavari D. Patil • Matriliny and Mother Right in the Early South Indian Society R. N. Nandi • The Devadasi System in South India Awadh Kishore Prasad • Gender Relationship in Guru Nanak's Adi Granth J.S. Grewal • The Metaphors of Womanhood in Indian Literature Mridula Garg • A Critique of the Portrayal of Women in Hindi Fiction Ravindra Rajhans • The Woman in India and the West: a Comparative Conspectus Shankar N. Prasad • The Indian Woman: a Statistical Panorama J.P. Singh, Sangeet Kumar and Dilip Kumar Singh • The Indian Woman: a Select Bibliography Prabhash P. Singh • Index The Title 'The Indian Women: Myth and Reality written/authored/edited by J.P. Singh', published in the year 1996. The ISBN 9788121205054 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 434 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Women Studies. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121205054

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V.D. Chopra

ISBN 10: 8178350351 ISBN 13: 9788178350356

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About this Item: 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. 341 Introduction Indo-Russian Relations : An Overview Russian-Indian Relations : A View into the Third Millennium Indo-Russian Strategic Cooperation Indo-Russian Strategic Partnership for Enhanced Cooperation The Phases in Indo-Russian Relations Future of India-Russia Defence Cooperation India-Russia Economic Relations : Challenges and Opportunities Trade Relations between India and Russia Economic and Trade Relations between India and Russia Indo-Russian Nuclear Cooperation Indo-Russian Cooperation in Marine Science and Technology Russia and South Asia : Growing Indo-Russian Relations Indian Economic Interests in Central Asia in Post-Soviet Era Central Asia : Russian and Indian Interests Indo-Russian Relations: Prospects and Problems in the Twenty First Century Indo-Russian Relations : Historical Perspective Impact of Developments in Russia on Indian National Movement Political Pluralism in Russia - A Tentative Assessment Russia^s Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Period Putin, Plutocracy and Foreign Policy Russian Foreign Policy A Wind of Change is Blowing : A Report on Russia Today Economic Transformation in Russia Putin^s Russia : Unquiet Flows the Don Chechen Imbroglio : Prospect of Russian Disintegration ? Russia, China and India : An Overview Russia and China : The Emerging Strategic Partnership New Starting-Point, New Challenges-Sino-Russian Relations in the New Century. About The Author:- V.D. Chopra, is a noted expert on external affairs and nuclear policy, and a peace Activist. Contents:- Preface • President Message • List of Contributors • Introduction • Indo-Russian Relations: An Overview V.P. Dutt • Russian-Indian Relations: A View into the Third Millennium : Alexander M. Kadakin • Indo-Russian Strategic Cooperation Maj. Gen. Afsir Karim, AVSM (Retd.) Indo-Russian Strategic Partnership for Enhanced Cooperation (Courtesy : Hindu October 4, 2000) • The Phases in Indo-Russian Relations • Anuradha M. Chenoy • Future of India-Russia Defence Cooperation Baidya Baikash Basu • India-Russia Economic Relations: Challenges and Opportunities : Gidadhubli • Trade Relations between India and Russia Dr. R.L. Varshney • Economic and Trade Relations between India and Russia : Dr. R. L. Varshney and Dr. R.K. Wadhwa • Indo-Russian Nuclear Cooperation Dr. R.R. Subramaniam • Indo-Russian Cooperation in Marine Science and Technology : Kishore Kumar • Russian and South Asia: Growing Indo-Russian Relations : Dr. Parmanand • Indian Economic Interests in Central Asia in Post-Soviet Era : Dr. G.M. Shah • Central Asia: Russia and Indian Interests Dr. Meena Singh Roy • Indo-Russian Relations: Prospects and Problems in the Twenty First Century Prof. Shri Prakash • Indo-Russian Relations: Historical Perspective V.D. Chopra • Impact of Developments in Russia on Indian National Movement V.D. Chopra • Political Pluralism in Russia-A Tentative Assessment Ravi M. Bakaya • Russia's Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War period Devendra Kaushik • Putin, Plutocracy and Foreign Policy Dr. Rakesh Gupta • Russian Foreign Policy Jyotsana Bakshi • A Wind of Change is Blowing: A Report on Russia Today : Zafar Imam • Economic Transformation in Russia Gulshan Sachdeva • Putin's Russia: Unquiet Flows the Don P.L. Dash • Chechen Imbroglio: Prospect of Russian Disintegration? O.N. Mehrotra • Russian, China and India: An Overview K.N. Ramachandran • Russia and China: The Emerging Strategic Partnership Nirmala Joshi • New Starting-Point, New Challenges-Sino-Russian Relations in the New Century (Courtesy : Contemporary International Relations, July 2000 • Index The Title 'Indo-Russian Relations: Prospects, Problems and Russia Today written/authored/edited by V.D. Chopra', published in the year 2001. The ISBN 9788178350356 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 341 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is International Studies / Political Science. Language. Seller Inventory # 9788178350356

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A.R. Basu

Published by Mittal Publications, New Delhi (1988)

ISBN 10: 8170990475 ISBN 13: 9788170990475

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 1988. N.A. Condition: New. Xxii+316pp The whole world is moving towards a more urban existence and whereas the process is more nearly completed in the small number of rich industrialized countries, it is only in recent years that marked urbanization has started making its impact over the less-developed countries. Increased urbanization is now occurring throughout the Third World, unfortunately, however, at a pace far in excess of the economic advances and the Third World is now undergoing a great urban crisis. A number of large cities have trebled in size in past decade, and many others, including Delhi, have doubled. The increase in illegal housing in these rapidly expanding cities has assumed even more dramatic proportions and in many cases squatter populations are increasing at twice the overall rate of urbanization. More than half of the populations of many larger cities in Africa. Latin America and Asia now live in unauthorized settlements, as do more than a quarter of populations of places as divers as for example, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, Calcutta and Seoul. The situation calls for new solutions increasingly based on a deeper understanding of social and economic requirement and practicalities and less on unsupportable idealism. The coverage includes, besides introduction, urban squatter problems in Third World, approaches followed by different countries of the World, and approaches being followed in India. Delhi has been taken as a case study and the impact of the policies in Delhi has been evaluated. The lessons and experiences of other Third World countries have been drawn to indicate the various problems and their solutions and also other important issues which should be considered while formulating resettlement policies for the squatters. On the basis of his wide experience and positions of responsibility held by him in Delhi and elsewhere, Dr. Basu has made an important study which will go far towards improving the understanding of squatter resettlement requirements and policies applicable to the burgeoning cities of the Third World. Seller Inventory # 251922

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Chopra, Brevet-Colonel R. N. (MD) and Basu, B. C.

Published by Journal of the Malaria Institute of India (1939)

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About this Item: Journal of the Malaria Institute of India, 1939. Paper. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Journal Reprint. 3 page article from the September, 1939 issue of the Journal of the Malaria Institute of India, with a table of results. Book. Seller Inventory # 003575

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R.D. Sharma

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ISBN 10: 8170997305 ISBN 13: 9788170997306

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2000. N.A. Condition: New. Xii+172pp The Book Atempts For The First Time, A Approach In The Form Of A "Model" Propounded By Professor R.D. Sharma Relating To Comparisons Of The Administrative Systems Of The Third World Countries. Professor R. D. Sharma's Model (R.D. Model) Is Different From Riggsian And Other Ecological Models (Cerrel Heady Etc.) In The Sense That It Takes Into Account, Not Only The Structural Function At Components And Characteristics In Talcott Parsonian And Weberian Sense But Has Added "Processes" Or Processual Dimensions Along With Procedures, Practices And 'Culture As Major "Parameters" For Comparison. The New Method (R.D. Model) Is Purely "Administrative Without Depending On Polity And Environmental Factors. Prof. Maheshwary's Analysis Pertains To "Major" Issues" And Challenges Of Public Administration Of Third World Countries. Prof. R.B. Jain Has Compared Analytically Bureaucratic Organisation Of Third World Countries. Prof. R.K. Sapru Has Highlighted "Capabilities" As Functional Components Of Administrative Systems Of Developing Societies. Dr. A.R. Basu, I.A.S. Has Provided A "Cross Country Comparison Of Bureaucratic Organisations In The Conte Of Their "Representativeness" Of Respective Societies. Prof. B.C. Smith Of Dundee Univ. U.K. Has Given Process Of Desolution Of Power In Political Environment In The Context Of Administrative Organisation Prof. Donald C. Rowat Has Developed "New" Statistical Method" For Comparing Bureaucracies Of Different Countries. The Book Contains A Highly Enlightening Essay By Professor B.S. Khanna About Decentralisation In India, Ceylon, Bangladesh, Pakistan And Nepal. Professor L.R. Sharma Looks At Administrative Systems From The Point Of View Of Governmental Investments. The Other Major Component Of The Book Relate To Prof. K.P. Singh, Reeta Singh And V.B. Prasad's Contribution About Judicial Administration, Professor Narayan Hazari Has Discussed Relationship Aspects Of Political Executive And Permanent Executive. The Book Thus Throws Light On Various Aspects Of The Structural Components As Well As Functional Characteristics Of Administrative Systems Of Developing Societies. There Is A Highly Illuminating Empirical-Date Based Essay By Prof. Satya Deva About Cultural Component Of Behaviour Of Administration In Industrial Sector. The Book Will Sense As A Major Source Of Information As Well A Reference Material To Students And Teachers Of Public Administration Of The Whole World. Seller Inventory # 251969

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Kasturi, N,Basu, Baman Das, 1867-1930

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About this Item: ReInk Books, 2018. Softcover. Condition: NEW. Reprinted from edition. Language: eng. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Original Publisher: Calcutta, R. Chatterjee 274 pages. Seller Inventory # 457405464

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Chopra, Brevet-Colonel R. N. (MD) and Basu, B. C.

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About this Item: Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1937. Paper. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Journal Reprint. 6 page article from the October, 1937 issue of the Indian Journal of Medical Research, inclusive of a 2 page table of results. Book. Seller Inventory # 003723

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P.M. Kamath

ISBN 10: 8121213193 ISBN 13: 9788121213196

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About this Item: 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 276 ABOUT THE BOOK:- Sixteen top-notch academicians, generals and young scholars were invited to discuss the topic 'American Withdrawal from Afghanistan in December 2014: Post-withdrawal Puzzle of Policy Options for India, Pakistan and Afghanistan' post-American withdrawal from Afghanistan scenario after December 2014 and puzzle of policy options for India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Obviously, the US, Russia and China are compulsive players in the game. Bharat Karnad thinks that the new regime of Ghani-Abdullah with a "sufficiently weakened" Taliban as a military force should help to consolidate democratic framework. An Afghan scholar, Mohammad Ata Roshangar sees democracy taking roots in his country with propelled by an urban educated class with improved conditions of health, life and economy economic, health and living conditions, this class has developing a vested interest in the development and success of democracy ,and situation cannot be reversed any longer by internal conflicts can no longer reverse this situation. Others like P.M. Kamath ask Pakistan to give up the futile pursuit of attaining strategic depth inwith Afghanistan; Tej Pratap Singh sees keeping India out from Afghanistan as the foremost strategic objective of Pakistan. Sudhir Singh is not too far when he states that Pakistan's policy in Afghanistan has turned it a much hated country. Kavita Sharma, Navshikha Duara, Amruta Deshmukh say Pakistan is following zero-sum-game foreign policy in Afghanistan wherein any gain for India is treated as loss for Pakistan. Lt. Gen. Kamath and Lt. Gen. Shekatkar with direct experience in the war theatre highlight perfidious role of Pakistan in promoting terror against Afghanistan and lay certain policy guidelines for India and the US to checkmate re-emergence of Taliban and Terrorism in Afghanistan. Arvind Kumar and Arpita Basu Roy strongly advocate a regional solution to the Afghan puzzle; Senior scholar R. G. Gidadhubli discusses come-back opportunity for Russia, while Subhadeep Bhattacharya delineates inroads made by China in Afghanistan. Dilip Mohite while looks ing at Afghanistan in the South Asian context, and B.N. Mehrish examines limited role of the UN. This book is a timely addition to the growing literature on current Afghanistan situation. It will be certainly very useful for policy-makers, academicians and the general public interested in International Relations. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Dr. P. M. Kamath is the Chairman and Hon. Director of VPM's Centre for International Studies (Regd.), Mumbai. He retired as Professor of Politics from Bombay University after twenty five years of distinguished service. He has authored or edited eighteen books and published over a hundred research papers in National and International journals. Dr. Kamath is an authority on national security, security policy-making in the US and India and International Politics. He was recipient of many research fellowships in India and abroad. He was awarded Fulbright fellowship twice; first time to work in the School of Advanced International Studies, John Hopkins University, Washington, DC and the second time in the National Security Studies Programme, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Currently he is also the Managing Trustee of Indian Association of American Studies and Adjunct Professor, Department of Geopolitics and International Relations in Manipal University, Manipal. CONTENTS:-Preface 7 List of Contributors 9 1. Introduction 11 P.M. Kamath 2. The Verities of Afghanistan and India’s Options 23 Bharat Karnad 3. Global Jihad/Terrorism: New Challenge to World 31 Peace and Stability: A Philosophical Analysis D.B. Shekatkar 4. The American Withdrawal from Afghanistan 2014: 39 Impact on Strategic Mosaic of South Asia Dilip Mohite 5. Afghanistan and Regional Peace Building: Myth 69 and Reality Arpita Basu Roy 6. Russia Returns to Afghanistan-Challenges Persist 85 R.G. Gidadhubli 7. The Afghan Crisis: An Appraisal of UN’s Role in 93 Combating. Seller Inventory # 9788121213196

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Romila Thapar

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About this Item: Penguin, New Delhi, India. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. The concept of the millennium encompasses a sense of progress and the hope for a better future. Pursuing this notion, the present collection of essays edited by Romila Thapar, and accompanied by her introduction, explores the challenges before twenty-first-century India in its quest for a democratic and just society. Globalization and the revolution in information technology provide a new context to the problems faced in contemporary times by Indians. But will globalization ensure rapid economic growth and development in the face of low literacy, rising population, the gradual withdrawal of the State from social commitments and the hesitant formation of a responsible civil society? Will imitation westernization and the consumerism that comes with it, further a just society? Political institutions will require strengthening in order to manage the delicate balance of democracy. What are the strains that it will be subjected to in the struggles for empowerment by groups currently marginalized, and the growing social and economic disparities, accompanied by violence and terrorism? How will India’s multiculturism be affected by the upsurge of various identities and the attempts of exclusionist nationalism to play a hegemonic role? Will the family as an institution be transformed to enhance gender justice? Will India become a world-class IT player? Will new technology ensure the autonomy of the media, where such an autonomy can become a pre-requisite for democratic functioning? Can the mauling of the Indian landscape be halted? Fourteen of India’s foremost scholars and specialists in various fields reflect upon these diverse issues in the essays collected here. Thought provoking and incisive, displaying an optimism tempered with caution, the essays in this collection are by Bina Agarwal, Javeed Alam, Kaushik Basu, Rustom Bharucha, Dipankar Gupta, Gopal Guru, Sunil Khilnani, Krishna Kumar, N.R. Narayana Murthy, Prabhat Patnaik, Dhruv Raina, N.Ram, Mahesh Rangarajan and P.Sainath. Covering a large canvas, India: Another Millennium? compels us to look at the hard choices before India in the early decades of this millennium. With essays by: Bina Agarwal Javeed Alam Kaushik Basu Rustom Bharucha Dipankar Gupta Gopal Guru Sunil Khilnani Krishna Kumar N.R. Narayana Murthy Prabhat Patnaik Dhruv Raina N. Ram Mahesh Rangarajan P. Sainath Size: 14 Cms x 22 Cms. Seller Inventory # 001289

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Romila Thapar

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About this Item: Penguin, New Delhi, India. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. The concept of the millennium encompasses a sense of progress and the hope for a better future. Pursuing this notion, the present collection of essays edited by Romila Thapar, and accompanied by her introduction, explores the challenges before twenty-first-century India in its quest for a democratic and just society. Globalization and the revolution in information technology provide a new context to the problems faced in contemporary times by Indians. But will globalization ensure rapid economic growth and development in the face of low literacy, rising population, the gradual withdrawal of the State from social commitments and the hesitant formation of a responsible civil society? Will imitation westernization and the consumerism that comes with it, further a just society? Political institutions will require strengthening in order to manage the delicate balance of democracy. What are the strains that it will be subjected to in the struggles for empowerment by groups currently marginalized, and the growing social and economic disparities, accompanied by violence and terrorism? How will India’s multiculturism be affected by the upsurge of various identities and the attempts of exclusionist nationalism to play a hegemonic role? Will the family as an institution be transformed to enhance gender justice? Will India become a world-class IT player? Will new technology ensure the autonomy of the media, where such an autonomy can become a pre-requisite for democratic functioning? Can the mauling of the Indian landscape be halted? Fourteen of India’s foremost scholars and specialists in various fields reflect upon these diverse issues in the essays collected here. Thought provoking and incisive, displaying an optimism tempered with caution, the essays in this collection are by Bina Agarwal, Javeed Alam, Kaushik Basu, Rustom Bharucha, Dipankar Gupta, Gopal Guru, Sunil Khilnani, Krishna Kumar, N.R. Narayana Murthy, Prabhat Patnaik, Dhruv Raina, N.Ram, Mahesh Rangarajan and P.Sainath. Covering a large canvas, India: Another Millennium? compels us to look at the hard choices before India in the early decades of this millennium. With essays by: Bina Agarwal Javeed Alam Kaushik Basu Rustom Bharucha Dipankar Gupta Gopal Guru Sunil Khilnani Krishna Kumar N.R. Narayana Murthy Prabhat Patnaik Dhruv Raina N. Ram Mahesh Rangarajan P. Sainath Size: 14 Cms x 22 Cms. Seller Inventory # 001289

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P M Passah & S Sarma

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About this Item: Reliance. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Environment, land and people of Jaintia Hills/N.N. Bhattacharyya. 2. Ecological view of Jaintia Hills-its environment, land and people/B.P. Dey. 3. The Jaintia Hills: land, people and its environment/F. Suchiang. 4. Land system in Jaintia Hills district/ Gita Pyal. 5. Some resource based indigenous land use systems in Khasi and Jaintia Hills/K.K. Satapathy. 6. Land utilisation and patterns of economy in Jaintia Hills: a study of recent trends/Sutapa Datta and Susmita Das. 7.People of Jaintia Hills/Gita Pyal. 8. Population growth and changing demographic composition in Jaintia Hills district, Meghalaya/Susmita Das and Sutapa Datta. 9. Population dynamics of Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya/Debashis Basu. 10. Socio-economic dimensions of population in Jaintia Hills district, Meghalaya/Madhushree Das Kar and Bimal K. Kar. 11. Jaintia Kingdom : its role and impact of British colonialism/R. P. Athparia and D. N. Pandey. 12. Narrative, ritual and historical events: the Jaintia identity/Soumen Sen. 13. Ideological influences of the Jaintia ruling family/Shobhan N. Lamare. 14. Khasi Jaintia Women: role in decision making/Biloris Lyndem. 15. Mechanised farming for slopeland orchards in Jaintia Hills/Susmita Priyadarshini. 16. Implication of Coal mining on environment in Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya/R.K. Rai. 17. Coal mining in Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya: an econological perspective/S. Das Gupta, B. K. Tiwari and R. S. Tripathi. 18. Contribution of the missionaries towards development of education in Jaintia Hills areas of Meghalaya/K.S. Lamgdoh 169 pp. Seller Inventory # 39527

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Published by National Atlas and Thematic, Kolkata (2003)

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About this Item: National Atlas and Thematic, Kolkata, 2003. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Plenary Session I and II 1. Atlas cartography some old thoughts and new vistas/S.P. Dasgupta. 2. Thematic mapping in disaster management/Nikhilesh Das. 3. Environment vis a vis natural resources appraisal/Dipak Sarkar. 4. Emerging dimensions of regional development planning/C.R. Pathak. 5. The Indian Census INFO application in the advancement of geography and cartography/B.K. Roy. 6. Concepts of slope development as applied to the slopes of Yamuna and Chambal Ravines in Agra district a discussion/Chandra Bhan. 7. Recent trends in teaching of geography/S.K. Munshi. II. Special lecture 1. Changing dimensions of geography/Pijushkanti Saha. III. Technical session I Geographical thoughts 1. Teaching of geography in the Indian universities/H.S. Gupta. 2. Cartographic education in India past present and future/Tapati Mukhopadhyay. 3. The contribution of positivism in geographical thought/Ilina Nag. 4. Prof. S.P. Chatterjee his thought in applied geomorphology/Baisakhi Sarkar. 5. Greek knowledge of geography in ancient time/Pradip Kr. Adhikary and Lalta Ram. IV. Technical session II Environment Resource Monitoring and their Appraisal 1. Recent trends in applied geography/N.K. Dey. 2. Environmental impact analysis of the island of Lakshadweep/Mita Chakraborty. 3. Impact on environment on the culture and distribution of the ethnic groups in Sikkim an ecological appraisal/Sanchita Ghatak. 4. An appraisal of agricultural resource in Sultanpur district/J.P. Singh. V. Technical session III Regional development and urban change 1. Civic amenities index mapping an approach to the assessment of the distribution of social infra structure/M. Guria and U.K. Mandal. 2. Structure of employment and levels of development of Uttar Pradesh/Farasat Ali Siddiqui. 3. A perspective on the changing levels of urbanisation in the North East Region of India 1961 2001/S. Ray Kumam. 4. On conditions development discrimination and dissensions/Pranab Kr. Roy. 5. Levels of agricultural development in Medinipur district of West Bengal/Nivedita Roy Barman. 6. Performance of Indian agriculture/Dulali Biswas and Rita Saha. VI. Technical session IV Atlas cartography/thematic cartography 1. Thematic cartography challenges and response/G.K. Dutta. 2. Population mapping a cartographic challenge/Himanshu R. Betal. 3. Quest for national policy in biodiversity/Ranjan Basu. 4. Map of changing landuse a portrait of changing cultural landscape/Archana Dutta. 5. Importance of correct place names in cartography/B.P. Singh. 6. Role of thematic mapping in census/J.P. Rout. 7. Symoblisation in thematic cartography with reference to Tourist Atlas of West Bengal/Utpal Chakraborty and Mitra Kumar. 8. Structure of Indian Ocean Atlas a challenge in thematic mapping/R.K. Dhabai and A.K. Malik. VII. Technical session V Environmental issues 1. Land degradation in Jharkhand an environmental issue/Tushar Bhattacharya and Amal Kumar Sen. 2. Rainfall characteristics at Pune/N.M. Patil R.G. Rasal and S.N. Dalimbe. 3. People perception environmental issue a study in the North Sikkim Himalaya/S. Gangopadhyay. 4. Soil erosion in Bah and Pahinat development blocks an environmental issue/Rajendra Prasad. 5. Geo environmental hazards an appraisal and mapping for proper monitoring and management a case study of Kolkata metropolis/Umesh Prasad. 6. Integration of old and new techniques of water utilization and conservation in South Western Districts of West Bengal some issues and suggestions/Giyasuddin Siddique. VIII. Technical session VI Application of remote sensing and GIS techniques in the development of geography 1. Regional development planning and urban change monitoring through high resolution Ikonos data and advanced mapping solutions/V.M. Rao. 2. Physiography of upper Subarnarekha watershed a remote sensing approach for soil resource mapping/Deo Sharan Singh Dipak Sarkar A.K. Sahoo and S. Das. 3. Inter disciplinary contribution for the development of geography using GIS in I. Seller Inventory # 56299

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Romila Thapar (Ed.)

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About this Item: Penguin Books India, 2001. Softcover. Condition: New. The concept of the millennium encompasses a sense of progress and the hope for a better future. Pursuing this notion, the present collection of essays edited by Romila Thapar, and accompanied by her introduction, explores the challenges before twenty-first-century India in its quest for a democratic and just society. Globalization and the revolution in information technology provide a new context to the problems faced in contemporary times by Indians. But will globalization ensure rapid economic growth and development in the face of low literacy, rising population, the gradual withdrawal of the State from social commitments and the hesitant formation of a responsible civil society? Will imitation westernization and the consumerism that comes with it, further a just society? Political institutions will require strengthening in order to manage the delicate balance of democracy. What are the strains that it will be subjected to in the struggles for empowerment by groups currently marginalized, and the growing social and economic disparities, accompanied by violence and terrorism? How will India?s multiculturism be affected by the upsurge of various identities and the attempts of exclusionist nationalism to play a hegemonic role? Will the family as an institution be transformed to enhance gender justice? Will India become a world-class IT player? Will new technology ensure the autonomy of the media, where such an autonomy can become a pre-requisite for democratic functioning? Can the mauling of the Indian landscape be halted? Fourteen of India?s foremost scholars and specialists in various fields reflect upon these diverse issues in the essays collected here. Thought provoking and incisive, displaying an optimism tempered with caution, the essays in this collection are by Bina Agarwal, Javeed Alam, Kaushik Basu, Rustom Bharucha, Dipankar Gupta, Gopal Guru, Sunil Khilnani, Krishna Kumar, N.R. Narayana Murthy, Prabhat Patnaik, Dhruv Raina, N.Ram, Mahesh Rangarajan and P.Sainath. Covering a large canvas, India: Another Millennium? compels us to look at the hard choices before India in the early decades of this millennium. Printed Pages: 352. Seller Inventory # 22433

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Neela Mukherjee and Rupa Das Gupta

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2004)

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Measuring social capital in joint forest management/Neela Mukherjee. 2. Participatory appraisal for improved performance of livestock/Mahesh Chander Tanmay Samajdar and Sanjay Kumar. 3. Understanding HIV/AIDS an analysis of women's voices/Meera Jayaswal Kalindi Kumari R.N. Bhagat and S.K. Sinha. 4. Enabling processes in Doon Valley watershed management/Jyotsna Sitling. 5. The story of Anandapur weavers a district Magistrate's diary/M.V. Rao. 6. Participation and human development Bagdah experience/Hari Krishna Dwivedi and S.B. Roy. 7. The Grameen Bank interactive sessions with the stakeholders/Taponeel Mukherjee and Sourav Roy. 8. PRA in livelihoods and biodiversity conservation China/Neela Mukherjee. 9. Participatory resource mapping of villages/Rupa Dasgupta Swati Lahiri R. Soni Robi Dasgupta and M.V.R.L. Murthy. 10. Upward downward mobility in well being/Debabrata Basu Durba Biswas and Rupak Goswami. 11. Participatory area selection for technological intervention/Rupa Das Gupta Swati Lahiri A.K. Jha and M.V.R.L. Murthy. 12. Innovations from the field the ownership/empowerment Chappati/Neela Mukherjee Shaista Khan and Rekha Bahuguna. Index. 159 pp. Seller Inventory # 54140

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Tapan Basu, A. Mangai and Indranil Acharya

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About this Item: OUP, 2016. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Listen to the Flames: Texts and Readings from the Margins bring to the foreground Dalit writings from various Indian languages. Contributors include N.D. Rajkumar, Jayant Parmar, Paul Chirakkarode, C. Ayyappan, Bama, Sharan Kumar Limbale, Sheoraj Singh ‘Bechain’ and of course, B.R. Ambedkar. This collection is particularly edited for study with notes on the authors, pre-text discussions, messages from the authors themselves, and activity-based exercises with an aim to open a critical perspective of the learners on the subject. The detailed introduction prepares the ground for those who do not know this landscape and for others who are familiar with it but may not have studied it with a view to locating it academically and aesthetically. This book will help students learn how Dalit literature poses a major challenge to existing notions of literature and how literature is to be read. By reading this book they will be able to explore the history of Dalit literature, its salient features and concerns, and the sensibilities required for its appreciation. Seller Inventory # 117482

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Ramanuj Ganguly & Swapan Kumar Pramanick (Eds)

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About this Item: PHI Learning 0. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Since the last decade of twentieth century, India has strived for an experienced and unprecedented economic turn-around. The country has witnessed a structural shift in GDP growth, propelled largely by new investments and the growth of the value enhancing services sector. Globally, these efforts are not only source of appreciation but also of assumption for many that India increasingly being seen as part of new axis of influence in the world. Long established three-headed social problem?poverty?illiteracy?unemployment?remains the biggest stumbling block for a post-colonial country like India. New sets of problems have taken shape in the last quarter of twentieth century when policy makers and market participants have prioritized economic activities for short-term gains. In context of the above, Center of Associates for Sociological Studies and Action undertook to bring out to the fore oft-neglected inter-disciplinary discussions and analysis in fifteen articles to examine the process of globalization in India taking insights from economics, political science and international relations, sociology, cultural anthropology, social ecology, management and cultural studies. It discusses the impact of the process of globalization on social institutions like marriage, family, economy, politics, education and religion. The book is intended for postgraduate students and research scholars. It provides readers with a clear perspective about creating economics, environmental and social capital that can produce multiplier effect for making national progress more inclusive and sustainable. contents Preface Introduction 1. Economic Globalization: Understanding the Process Beyond the Polemics, Sangeeta Mahapatra 2. Globalization and Sustainable Development: Contextualizing a Sociological Discourse, R.N. Mohanty 3. Globalization, Crony Capitalism and the Indian Context of SEZ, Purba Chattopadhyay 4. Impact of Globalization on the Food Consumption of Urban India, Swarna Sadasivam Vepa 5. The Impact of Economic Liberalization on Employment and Wages in India, Sonia Bhalotra 6. Global Forces of Change and Innovation: Issues of Organizational Stress, Sudeshna Basu Mukherjee and Anjali Ray 7. How to Govern Corporate Houses? Significance of Industrial Democracy and Social Unionism in the Context of Globalization, Biswajit Ghosh 8. Globalization and Neo-liberal Economic Reforms in India: A Critical Review, Kalim Siddiqui 9. The Indo?US Nuclear Deal in an Era of Globalization, Gomathy Narayan 10. Falling in Love in Mumbai: Professional Women and Companionate Marriage, Susan Dewey 11. Changing Urban Landscape: A Socio-Semiotic Profile of a Shopping Mall in Kolkata, Amit Sanyal 12. The Water Privatization Process, Global Politics and Ecological Struggles in India, Vandana Asthana 13. Beyond Globalization: A Cultural Study [A New CMIE Matrix], Abir Chattopadhyay 14. Hindi Popular Cinema: Negotiating the Global and the Nation, Samarpita Ghosh Ray 15. Globalization and Terrorism, Gargi Mukhopadhyay Index Printed Pages: 448. Seller Inventory # 13680

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Romila Thapar (ed)

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About this Item: Viking. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Will a Millennium be coming our way/Romila Thapar. 2. Slow and almost steady/Krishna Kumar. 3. The present in the past: trajectories for the social history of science/Dhruv Raina. 4. The idea of gender equality: from legislative vision to everyday family practices/Bina Agarwal. 5. Thinking through culture: a perspective for the Millennium/ Rustom Bharucha. 6. India's unmodern modernity/Dipankar Gupta. 7. The balance of Democracy/Sunil Khilnani. 8. Dalits in pursuit of modernity/ Gopal Guru. 9. A minority moves into another Millennium/Javeed Alam. 10. The age of inequality/P. Sainath. 11. The future of Marxism/Prabhat Patnaik. 12. Whither India? The prospect of prosperity/Kaushik Basu. 13. Making India a significant IT player in this Millennium/N.R. Narayana Murthy. 14. The great Indian media Bazaar : emerging trends and issues for the future/N. Ram. 15. The future of the environment; beyond Utopia and Doomsday/Mahesh Rangarajan. Index. "The concept of the Millennium encompasses a sense of progress and the hope for a better future. Pursuing this notion, the present collection of essays edited by Romila Thapar, and accompained by her introduction, explores the challenges before twenty- first-century India in its quest for a democratic and just society. 317 pp. Seller Inventory # 9534

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About this Item: Viking. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Will a Millennium be coming our way/Romila Thapar. 2. Slow and almost steady/Krishna Kumar. 3. The present in the past: trajectories for the social history of science/Dhruv Raina. 4. The idea of gender equality: from legislative vision to everyday family practices/Bina Agarwal. 5. Thinking through culture: a perspective for the Millennium/ Rustom Bharucha. 6. India's unmodern modernity/Dipankar Gupta. 7. The balance of Democracy/Sunil Khilnani. 8. Dalits in pursuit of modernity/ Gopal Guru. 9. A minority moves into another Millennium/Javeed Alam. 10. The age of inequality/P. Sainath. 11. The future of Marxism/Prabhat Patnaik. 12. Whither India? The prospect of prosperity/Kaushik Basu. 13. Making India a significant IT player in this Millennium/N.R. Narayana Murthy. 14. The great Indian media Bazaar : emerging trends and issues for the future/N. Ram. 15. The future of the environment; beyond Utopia and Doomsday/Mahesh Rangarajan. Index. "The concept of the Millennium encompasses a sense of progress and the hope for a better future. Pursuing this notion, the present collection of essays edited by Romila Thapar, and accompained by her introduction, explores the challenges before twenty- first-century India in its quest for a democratic and just society. " Globalization and the revolution in information technology provide a new context to the problems faced in contemporary times by Indians. But will globalization ensure rapid economic growth and development in the face of low literacy, rising population, the gradual withdrawal of the State from. Seller Inventory # 13280

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H K Gupta and G D Gupta

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ISBN 10: 8185867542 ISBN 13: 9788185867540

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About this Item: GSI, 2003. Paperback. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface/B.P. Radhakrishna. Introduction/H.K. Gupta. 1. Borehole investigations in the surface rupture zone of the 1993 Latur SCR earthquake, Maharashtra, India: overview of results/Harsh K. Gupta, R. Srinivasan, R.U.M. Rao, G.V. Rao, G.K. Reddy, Sukanta Roy, S.H. Jafri, A.M.Dayal, J. Zachariah, G. Parthasarathy, G.V.S. Poornachandra Rao, T.N. Gowd, S.V. Srirama Rao, K.K. Dwivedy, D.C. Banerjee, R. Mohanty, Y.R. Satyasaradhi, V.J. Katti, A.R. Prasad, C.G.K. Ramanujam, P.R. Reddy and Manoj Shukla. 2. EM studies over suspected seismic zones in peninsular India/I.B. Ramaprasada Rao, M. Venkata Chary and Ram Raj Mathur. 3. Southward migration of active areas and cascade type nucleation process: a possible explanation of the continued Koyna-Warna seismicity/B.K. Rastogi, Prantik Mandal, H.V.S. Satyanaryana, C.S.P. Sarma, N. Kumar, C. Satyamurty,I.P. Raju and Nageshwar Rao. 4. GPS derived crustal deformation from some earthquake prone regions of India/C.D. Reddy. 5. Geodetic studies in Peninsular India for monitoring crustal deformation using Global Positioning System (GPS) and levelling techniques/V.C. Tyagi, B. Nagarajan and S.K. Singh. 6. The surface deformation and earthquake history associated with the 1819 Kachchh earthquake/C.P. Rajendran and Kusala Rajendran. 7. Records of instrumented buildings and study of structural response of staff quarters building of Regional Passport Office, Ahmedabad for Bhuj earthquake of January 26, 2001/Ashok Kumar, S.K. Thakkar, Ashish Bhargava, R.N. Dubey, Pankaj Agarwal, S. Basu and Manish Shrikhande. 254 pp. Seller Inventory # 47908

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About this Item: ZSI, Kolkata, 2008. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Description of two new species of Termites (Isoptera Insecta) from the Himalaya/P. Mukherjee and P.K. Maiti. 2. Status of four Arboreal species of mammals in Darjeeling district West Bengal India/T.P. Bhattacharyya A. Murmu S. Chaudhuri and P.C. Mazumder. 3. Earthworms of North 24 Parganas West Bengal/Probir K. Bandyopadhyay C.K. Mandal and Amlan K. Mitra. 4. Diversified feeding behaviour of a true weaving Araneid spider from Tindharia Darjeeling district West Bengal/S. Talukdar and S.C. Majumder. 5. An account of Small Travancore flying squirrel Petinomys fuscocapillus fuscocapillus (Jerdon)/Rina Chakraborty. 6. Studies of Earthworm population in saline and non saline soils of Midnapore and Barddhaman districts of West Bengal/R.N. Sharma J.K. Mazumder G.C. De and C.K. Mandal. 7. Rotatorian Fauna as indicator of Trophy in Adra Lake Purulia District West Bengal India/S.V.A. Chandrasekhar and S.Z. Siddiqi. 8. Mammalian and Avian fauna of some selected areas of Purulia District West Bengal/K.K. Biswas P.C. Saren and Dipankar Basu. 9. Earthworms of Hemis National Park Jammu and Kashmir India/R. Paliwal. 10. Population status and male Genitalia of Patala Yama (Moore) (Insecta Lepidoptera Satyridae)/Narender Sharma. 11. Acridoidea diversity of Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary Uttar Pradesh India/Narender Sharma and S.K. Mondal. 12. Record and abundance of Earthworms at Ballavpur Wildlife Sanctuary Birbhum West Bengal/S.K. Biswas G.C. Ray C.K. Mandal and A. Misra. 13. Waterbirds of Namdapha Tiger Reserve Arunachal Pradesh with Special Reference to White Bellied Heron Ardea Insignis/Gopinathan Maheswaran. 118 pp. Seller Inventory # 70992

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About this Item: GSI. Condition: As New. Contents: I. General: 1. Precambrian geology of India-a synoptic view/B.K. Chakrabarti. 2. Precambrian lithospheric evolution and chemical and thermal regimes of the mantle/T.M. Mahadevan. 3. Tectonic classification of Indian Peninsular Shield: review of fifty years of progress and proposal for a new scheme/A.N. Sarkar. II. Northeastern India and the Himalaya: 4. Precambrian metamorphism, magmatism and tectonic events in the Himalayan region/Arabinda Ghose. 5. The Precambrian sequences in the Western Himalaya/O.N. Bhargava. 6. Culmination zones in Eastern Himalaya/ Sumit Kumar Ray. 7. Precambrians of Meghalaya: a concept/B.P. Bhattacharyya and T.K. Ray Barman. III. South India: 8. Alkaline complexes southern and eastern India-an overview/Sujit Kumar Majumder, T. Kameswara Rao and N.P. Nathan. 9. Comparative studies of the four ultramafic bodies of Northern Tamil Nadu/V. Ram Mohan, A. Kalaiselvan, B. Moses Viju Charles and S. Srinivasalu. 10. Precambrian Cambrian boundary strata in Cuddapah basin, Andhra Pradesh/M.N. Gururaja, P. Ashok Kumar, Venugopal Rao and R.H.Chavhan. 11. A review of chronological status of Chuaria-Tawuia assemblage: a case study of Bhima basin, India/A.K. Moitra, P. Ashok Kumar and D.C. Das Sarma. IV. Eastern India: 12. Crustal evolution and metallogeny in the eastern Indian craton/S.C. Sarkar. 13. North Singhbhum Proterozoic Mobile Belt, Eastern India-a review/Anupendu Gupta and Aniruddha Basu.14. Mafic ultramafic magmatism in the Eastern Indian craton-a review/Mihir K. Bose. 15. Tectonothermal evolution of the Eastern Ghats 382 pp. Seller Inventory # 31087

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Atul Goswami

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About this Item: Akansha. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Traditional self-governing institutions among the hill tribal population groups of North East India/B.K. Roy Burman. 2. Traditional self-governing institutions among the hill tribal population groups in Tripura/J.B. Ganguly. 3. Traditional self- governing institutions in Tripura and The Constitution (73 Amendment) Act/ Mahadev Chakravarti. 4. Traditional self-governing institutions among the hill tribal population groups of Tripura/P.K. Basu. 5. Traditional self- governing institutions among the hill tribal population groups of Nagaland/A. Lanunungsang Ao. 6. Traditional self-governing institutions among the tribal groups of Mizoram/L.B. Thanga. 7. Traditional self-governing institutions: a study of village administration in Mizoram/R.N. Prasad. 8. Traditional self-governing institutions among the tribes of Arunachal Pradesh/A.C. Talukdar. 9. Traditional self-governing institutions among the hill population groups of Meghalaya/L.S. Gassah. 10. Traditional self- governing institutions among the hill tribal population groups of Assam/B. N. Bordoloi. 11. Traditional self-governing institutions of the hill tribes of Manipur: an economist's view/Amar Yumnam. Index. "The book, containing eleven papers written by eminent social scientists on the traditional self-governing institutions among the hill tribes of north- east India, not only describes but also critically examines the relevance of these institutions to the needs of tribal society in transition. The papers cover all the seven constituent states of the north-east, 223 pp. Seller Inventory # 43481

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Ramaranjan Mukherji, Anantalal Thakur, Sukumar Bhattacharya and Dipak Bhattacharya

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About this Item: Subarnarekha, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Introductory note/Dipak Bhattacharya. Reminiscences: 1. Professor Durgamohan Bhattacharyya -- a profile/Ramaranjan Mukherji. 2. Reminiscences about my father/Sukumar Bhattacharya. 3. An appreciation/C.G. Kashikar. 4. Pandit Durgamohan Bhattacharyya –my mentor/Haraprasad Ray. 5. Pitribandhu Pandit Durgamohan/Gauri Dharmapal. 7. My father’s friend Pandit Durgamohan/Gauri Dharmapal, Translation by Dipak Bhattacharya. 8. Amar pitrideb/Lila Chakrabarti. 9. A few words about my father/Amalendu Bhattacharya. 10. Pita hi paramam tapah/Bani Chakrabarti. 11. Pitrismarane/Chhaya Chakrabarti. 12. As I remember my father/Dilip Bhattacharya. 13. Bibliography of the works of Durgamohan Bhattacharyya/Dipak Bhattacharya. Studies: 1. Rta in the Rgveda/R.N. Dandekar. 2. The Atharvan roots of Ayurveda /K.V. Sarma. 3. Marginal notes on the Paippalada-Samhita/Kamaleswar Bhattacharya. 4. Einige aktuelle Aufgaben der Erforschung des vedischen Opferrituals/Klaus Mylius. 5. Some current tasks of research on the Vedic sacrifice/Translation by Dipak Bhattacharya. 6. Poetry in the Atharvaveda/Sukumari Bhattacharji. 7. Sandhi, Sakalya, Panini VI.1.127-128 and the vedic evidence/Sadashiv A. Dange. 8. Quarters in the Vedic ritual/Sindhu S. Dange. 9. The concept of Citrakavya in Sanskrit literary criticism/Pratap Bandyopadhyay. 10. Some aspects of srimat anirvan’s interpretation of the Vedas/Bhabani Prasad Bhattacharya. 11. Sakka in Pali Buddhism/Sadhan Chandra Sarkar. 12. Vedic ritual and Kalidasa/G.U. Thite. 13. The concept of Brahman in the pre-Upanisadic literature/Santi Banerjee. 14. The significance of the Tree Sami in the Veda/Hukam Chand Patyal. 15. The etymology of OIA jimuta/Abhijit Ghosh. 16. An introduction to the Katyayana-Srauta-Sutra with a translation of chapter one/Haraprasad Ray. Appendix: A letter from Rajsekhar Basu on Stimita. Index locorum. Seller Inventory # 37354

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D V Gandhi

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About this Item: Indraprastha Prakashan. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Abdulla, Farooq. 2. Abdulla, Omar. 3. Advani, Lal Krishna. 4. Ajit Singh. 5. Alexander, P.C. 6. Alva, Margaret. 7. Amar Singh. 8. Amarinder Singh. 9. Antony, A.K. 10. Arjun Singh. 11. Azad, Ghulam Nabi. 12. Azmi, Shabana. 13. Badal, Prakash Singh. 14. Banatwalla, G.M. 15. Banerji, Mamata. 16. Bardhan, A.B. 17. Basu. Jyoti. 18. Bharati, Uma Shree.19. Bhatia, R.L. 20. Bhattacharjee, Budhadeb. 21. Chamling, Pawan. 22. Chandra Shekhar. 23. Chatterjee, Somnath. 24. Chautala, Om Prakash. 25. Chidambaram, P. 26. Chowdhury, Renuka. 27. Dasmunsi, P.R. 28. Deshmukh, Vilas Rao. 29. Deve Gowda, H.D. 30. Dhumal, P.K. 31. Digvijay Singh. 32. Dikshit, Shiela. 33. Fernandes, George. 34. Gandhi, Maneka. 35. Gandhi, Sonia. 36. Gehlot Ashok. 37. Goel, Vijay. 38. Gogoi, Tarun. 39. Gujral, Inder Kumar. 40. Gupta, Chaman Lal. 41. Hedge, R.K. 42. Heptulla, Najma. 43. Jagmohan. 44. Jaitley, Arun. 45. Jamir, S.C. 46. Jaswant Singh. 47. Jayalalithaa. 48. Jethmalani, Ram. 49. Jogi, Ajit. 50. Joshi, Manohar. 51. Joshi, Murli Manohar. 52. Kalyan Singh. 53. Kamal Nath. 54. Kanshi Ram. 55.Karan Singh. 56. Karunakaran, K. 57. Karunanidhi, M. 58. Khanduri, B.C. 59 . Khurana, Madan Lal. 60. Khurshid, Salman. 61. Koshiyari, Bhagat Singh. 62. Krishan Kant. 63. Krishna, S.M. 64. Krishnamurthy, Jana. 65. Mahajan, Pramod. 66. Malhotra, Vijaykumar. 67. Manmohan Singh. 68. Maran, Murasoli. 69. Marandi, Babulal. 70. Mayawati. 71. Modi, Narendra. 72. Mukherjee, Pranab. 73. Naidu, Chandrababu, N. 74. Naidu, Venkaiah. 75. Naik, Ram. 76. Narasimha Rao, P.V. 77. Narayanan, K.R. 78. Nayanar, E.K. 79. Nitish Kumar. 186 pp. Seller Inventory # 43185

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P C Mishra and Ashutosh Naik

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About this Item: ABD Pub. Condition: New. Contents: 1. Environmental issues of coal mining and thermal power generation with special reference to Orissa/R.C. Das. 2. Areawise Environmental Quality Management (AEQM) plan for Dhanbad-Bokaro area/P.V. Sridharan and D. Luthra. 3. Microbial population and activity in fly-ash amended soil/S. Basu, G.R. Choudhury, N. Behera and P.C. Mishra. 4. Studies on trace elements and radioactivity of coal and fly-ash from Thermal Power Station at Talcher/V. Vijayan, V.S. Ramamurty and S.N. Behera. 5. Role of thermal power plant fly ash in acid rain/K.S. Gupta, S.V. Manoj and M.Sharma. 6. Pollution control and environmental management practices in the National Thermal Power Corporation/B.N. Ojha and T.K. Dhar. 7. Growth and yield of crops and vegetable in soil amended with coal-fired fly-ash/P.K. Sarangi, S.S. Pati, S.K. Sahu, T.K. Mishra, P.C. Mishra and M.C. Dash. 8. Environmental problems due to coal mining and utilisation: the scenario in Orissa/A. Naik. 9. Expansion in coal mining and its environmental implications/S.P. Banerjee. 10. Selective mining and integrated use of power coal: a new approach in waste management and pollution control/S. Sen, M. Sen and N. Moitra. 11. Air pollution due to Thermal Power Plant - a case study/S.R. Majee, P.K. Sinha and M.K. Ghose. 12. Environmental impact of coal utilisation/K.C. Sahu. 13. An environmental overview of Indian Coal Industry and its porgrammes/A.N. Sinha and B.P. Singh. 14. National Thermal Power Corporation experiences in ash utilization/A. Trehan, R. Krishnamurty and A. Kumar. 15. A study on mineralogical transformations in coal ash during combustion of coals from Godavary Valley, Andhra Pradesh/P.V.L. Prasad Rao and M. Jaganadha Rao. 16. Temporal and spatial variation of Cu, Zn, Ni and Co in the wetlands around two Thermal Power Stations in Madhya Pradesh, India/K. Sankaran Unni. 17. Coal as an adsorbent for Mordant Blue 13/G.S. Gupta and H. Sekhar. 18. Impact of coal mining effluents on the primary productivity of waterbodies and fish farming in and around the Chitra Coalfields in Santal Pargana, Bihar/A. Kumar. 19. Surface and groundwater quality in the coalmine areas of Chhindwara district, Madhya Pradesh/K.S. Unni and A. Fole. 20. Accumulation of heavy metals in Eucalyptus, Acacia and Melia growing on coalmine spoil irrigated with raw domestic sewage/S.K. Maiti. "This book is the outcome of the National Conference on Pollution Control and Management in Coal Mining and Thermal Power Plants organized in Sambalpur University by the Departments of Environmental Sciences and Earth Sciences during December 1996. Out of some 50 papers presented in the Conference, only 20 papers have been selected for the book which are most relevant to the subject of coal mining methods, coal chemistry, environmental problems due to coal mining and handling, problem of mine filling, coal combustion methods, air pollution problems, fly ash and bottom ash disposal problems and utilization of fly ash in agricultural and non-agricultural sectors. This volume will be an important reference book for planners, technocrats, scientists and other research workers engaged in the field of coal mining and coal based thermal power plants and for nonprofessionals interested in safeguarding the environment." (jacket) 217 pp. Seller Inventory # 49091

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Edited by S.P. Singh

Published by Scientific (2004)

ISBN 10: 8172333684 ISBN 13: 9788172333683

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About this Item: Scientific, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Uptake and distribution of nutrient IONS in salt treated seedlings of mango germplasm/J.K. Nigam and K.K. Misra. 2. Effect of size grading on quality and storage of mango cv. Gulab Khas/Sanjay Singh. 3. Effect of season on the vegetative and reproductive attributes of Gauva cv. Kohir Safeda/Sanjay Singh. 4. Fungal spoilage of Banana in eastern sub-Himalayan region/P. Boruah, P. Deka Bhuyan and R.S. Singh. 5. Correlation studies in Ber (Zizyphus mauritiana Lamk.)/Rajesh Singh and K.K. Misra. 6. Effect of IBA and NAA on rooting of air layers of Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus. Lam)/A.K. Singh and G.N. Singh. 7. Interaction of non-auxinic compounds with IBA in the regeneration of roots in air-layers of jackfruit/J.K. Hore and S.K. Sen. 8. Root distribution pattern of different cultivars of Bael (Aegle marmelos Correa) under Tarai condition of Uttaranchal/K.K. Misra, S.K. Singh and Rajesh Singh. 9. Response of grape cuttings (Vitis vinifera L.) to plant growth regulators/T.S. Rawat, Jitendra Singh and Piyush Verma. 10. Effect of Gamma Irradiation on shelf life of Pomegranate fruits/R.N. Prasad and A.K. Bhadhawan. 11. Effect of different methods and dates of grafting on per cent Budtake and growth of Apricot plant/A. Chauhan, M.P. Dwivedi and C.S. Tomar. 12. Integrated management of scab lesions, rots and shriveling of apple fruits during storage/I.M. Sharma. 13. Characterization of the evaluation environments and the performance of Tomato genotypes/Rupa Upadhyaya, Gulshan Lal and Hari Har Ram. 14. Economics of weed control in tomato production/Vinod Kumar, P.R. Dharmatti and M.H. Bhagavanthgoudar. 15. Interaction effect of nitrogen and phosphorus on yield and economics of Chilli (Capsicum annuum L.), cv. Pant C-1/Durvesh Kumar Singh and S.K. Jain. 16. Management of early season pests of Chilli (capsicum annuum L.) by different insecticidal application methods in Arid Western Rajasthan/A. Noor. 17. Screening of Okra hybrids during rainy season under Tarai condition of Uttaranchal/Durvesh Kumar Singh and S.K. Jain. 18. Chemical weed control in drill sown onion/Santosh Atre, P.R. Dharmatti and R.V. Patil. 19. Effect of foliar application of nitrogen and zinc on growth and yield of cauliflower, Brassica oleracea var. botrytis L/Satyapal Singh and Prabhakar Singh. 20. Studies on genetic variability in winged Bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (L.) DC) for tender green pod yield and its component characters/A. Mohamadali, M.B. Madalageri, M.S. Kulkarni, Ravindra Mulge and B.R. Patil. 21. Performance of Chilli genotypes/Durvesh Kumar Singh, S.K. Verma and S.K. Jain. 22. Performance of vegetable Mesta Genotypes during Kharif and summer season/S. Shobha, P.R. Dharmatti and R.V. Patil. 23. Effect of chemical treatments on keeping quality and sugar contents in rose and gladiolus/Kushal Singh, Parminder Singh and Mandhir Singh. 24. Studies on variability and genetic parameters of gladiolus in Kumaun region/S.K. Verma, R.R. Arya and R.K. Singh. 25. Production of quality rose CV. gladiator as influenced by nitrogen nutrition and plant density/R.R. Viradia and S.P. Singh. 26. Drip irrigation in quality production of cut roses Cv. Gladitor/R.R. Viradia and S.P. Singh. 27. Postharvest life and quality of "Mercedes" cut roses as influenced by pulsing with D-fructose + 8-HQC, Alar and dry cool storage/Vinod Kumar and S.K. Bhattacharjee. 28. Influence of pulsing and wet cool storage on the Postharvest life and quality of Golden Gate' cut roses/Mariam Mwangi and S.K. Bhattacharjee. 29. Influence of colouring agents on Postharvest life and quality of tuberose cut spikes/Vinod Kumar and S.K. Bhattacharjee. 30. Role of interchange heterozygosity in the adaptation of annual Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum coronarium Linn.) under semii arid conditions/Shravani Basu and S.P. Singh. 31. Variability studies on some quantitative characters in Dahlia (Dahlia variables)/S.K. Verma, R.R. Arya and R.K. Singh. 32. Studies on the age of explants on call. Seller Inventory # 53761A

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Ja?an?r??a?a Ghosh?la, 1751-1821.

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About this Item: ReInk Books, 2017. Softcover. Condition: NEW. Reprinted from edition. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Seller Inventory # 151517151

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A.K. Sinha and Pankaj Srivastava

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About this Item: ABD, India. Hardbound. Condition: New. Part Contents: I. Policies and Legislation: 1. The revised Indian mineral policy Vs. globalisation of economies-a study of pros and cons in perspective/O.P. Varma. 2. Procedural constraints imposed by environmental issues on mineral and mine development/N. Balasubramanian and Anil Bhatnagar. 3. Policy issues on environment-highlighting legislation aspects of mining sector/M. Mukherji and T.K. Basu. 4. Role of geology in environmental management programme/Ajai Srivastava and R.N. Tiwari. II. Issues Related with Mining Sector: 5. Environmental impacts of mineral extraction in Kumaun Himalaya/Kireet Kumar and D.S. Rawat. 6. Environmental problems due to limestone quarry/T.N. Singh and Gagan Rastogi. 7. The ecological and environmental considerations for the development of modern mines?V.N. Bhargava. 8. Observational analysis (G.E. I.S.) for environmental impact assessment studies in mineral sectors/Vinod Agrawal and Shailendra Kumar. 9. An appraisal of environmental problems in Jharia coalfield, district Dhanbad, Bihar/R.M. Singh and Ashok K. Singh. 10. Open cast iron and Manganese Ore geo-mining industrial development and the bio-geo-environmental impact on eco-systems (biosystems) in Goa state/ H. Kariyanna. III. Mineral Resources and Waste Management: 11. A study of assessment of energy resources and impact of economic liberalisation in the energy sector of India/A.K. Biyani. 12. Beneficiation of minerals--a major means of conservation of mineral wealth/G.M. Rao. 13. Environmental protection by management of waste in Kotah stone minining/S.C. Agarwal. 14. Seller Inventory # 652

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Sekhar Basu Roy

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About this Item: Deep Prakashan. Paperback. Condition: New. Contents: 1. National security consciousness/K. Subrahmanyam. 2. Problems of security in South Asia with particular reference to India/J.N. Dixit. 3.Constitution upholder of values/Karan Singh. 4. National security/K.V. Krishna Rao. 5. National Security challenges/V.P. Malik. 6. Somnolence in National Security/Mani Shankar Aiyar. 7. National security: institution building a failed promise/Nilotpal Basu. 8. India in the New Millennium/ Shankar Roychowdhury. 9. Air warfare in the Indian context: trends and prospects/B.D. Jayal. 10. The global scene and the regional security environment/Satish Nambiar. 11. The imperatives of India's internal security management/K.P.S. Gill. 12. Indian security: some reflections/ Inder Malhotra. 13. Maritime dimensions of India's security-a historical perspective and challenges in the 21 century/B. Guha. 14. India's National Security-challenges and diversities/K.S. Brar. 15. The National Security reforms: moving beyond Pokhran and Kargil/Manoj Joshi. 16. Need for comprehensive outlook on security/V.R. Raghavan.No. 24150 174 pp. Seller Inventory # 39465

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