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Chakraborty P. Prasad R.N.

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ISBN 10: 8183240593 ISBN 13: 9788183240598

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About this Item: Mittal Publications. Condition: New. pp. x + 145. Seller Inventory # 7687681

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Vinod Chandra

ISBN 10: 935128185X ISBN 13: 9789351281856

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About this Item: 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 286 ABOUT THE BOOK:- According to 2011 Census of India, out of 1.21 billion people in India 472 million population is below 1 8 years. The Government of India's Study on Child Abuse 2007, reveals that alarming number of children are being abused and neglected in India due to various reasons. Two out of three children are physically abused, sixty five percent of school going children experiences come fo rm o f co r p o ra l punishment, more than half children have reported some or other form of sexual abuse and majority of children have informed their emotional abuse even in their family circumstances. This harsh reality of Indian children's childhood is an eye-opener for everyone. The present book is an attempt by sociologists, economists, psychologists, childhood researchers and child right activists to highlight the hard realities and told stories of major forms of child abuse and exploitation. The complete debate in the book is largely divided into two areas. The first focus is on working children and the authors have offered conclusive evidences of working children's lives, working children's plight in organized sector, difficult circumstances of children in HIV/AIDS affected families and children's contribution in tribal domestic economy. The second focus of the book is on the darker sides of sexually and emotionally abused children, which has been quite often overlooked in the academic debates in India. The book is an exploration of children's victimization in the social and family space. At a time of increasing awareness of child abuse and neglect in India, this collection gives us a moving scenario of the diverse form of childhood reality and the intensity of the plight of abused children in India. It also provides its readers with the necessary evidences to understand the practical and theoretical frameworks for discussing the realities of childhood of working and abused children. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Dr Vinod Chandra is Associate Professor of Sociology in J N Post Graduate College of Lucknow University, Lucknow. Dr Chandra is an established childhood researcher with a long-standing specialization in the study of child labour, child abuse and neglect. He has a strong interest in the study of children's experience of education, work, labour and leisure. Dr Chandra has obtained his doctoral degree from Warwick University, UK as Commonwealth Scholar and has served Research Committee of Sociology of Childhood , International Sociology Association as secretary during 2010-2014. His field experience in the study of child abuse has been multiplied because of his official involvement in the Child Welfare Committee, Lucknow as its Member since 2010. CONTENTS:- Preface 7 The Contributors 9 Working Children’s Childhood 1. Child Labour, Culture and Globalisation: 15 A Developmental Perspective –Vinod Chandra and Mahaveer Jain 2. Household Characteristics: A Breeding Conduit to Child Labour 37 –Atluri Satyanarayana and Vanita Somvanshi 3. Plight of Child Labour in Uttar Pradesh: A Preliminary Investigation 69 –B.N. Prasad 4. Childhood under Threat: Situational Analysis of Children at work in HIV/AIDS affected Families 93 –Helen R. Sekar 5. Children’s Role in Household Livelihood in a Forest Based Tribal Community 123 –Rajiv Pandey and Vinod Chandra 6. Genesis of ‘Nowhere’ Children: A Study of Rural Households in North Bengal 137 –Sudip Chakraborty Darker Side of Abused Children 7. Attitudes towards and Perceptions of Child 159 Sexual Abuse in Indian Culture –Simrit Kaur 8. Children as Victims of Family Violence in India 173 –Aparajita Chowdhury and Reeta Choudhury 9. Gruesome Faces of Child Abuse: A Problem 207 of Socio-psychological Concern –Tushar Singh and Shivali Sharma 10. Growing Violence Among Kids 235 –Vishesh Kumar Gupta 11. Unmasking the Mask: Childhood Realities of 243 Victims of Child Abuse –Sangeeta Sharma and Anshumali Sharma 12. Influence of Sexism on Children in 259 Elementary Education –Divya Pande Index 277 The Tit. Seller Inventory # 9789351281856

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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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R N Prasad and P Chakraborty

Published by Mittal, New Delhi (2006)

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About this Item: Mittal, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Administration of justice and the judicial administration in Mizoram/H. Thansanga. 2. The legal system in Mizoram before and after the advent of the British/Michael Lalrinsanga Sailo. 3. Administration of justice in Mizoram past and present/P. Lalnithanga. 4. Evolution of the justice system in Mizoram need for further research/P. Chakraborty. 5. Analytical study of the judicial powers of the Deputy Commissioner in Mizoram/R.N. Prasad and Lalneihzovi. 6. Relevance of customary law and justice in the changing socio economic context of Mizoram/Khuanga. 7. Administration of justice in Mizoram a constitutional mess/P. Chakraborty. 8. Separation of judiciary in Mizoram problems and prospects/C. Lalramzauva. 9. Consumer Justice in Mizoram a critical study/P. Chakraborty. 10. Various aspects of security of the state overdoses of laws out dated justice and Mizoram/P. Chakraborty. 11. Court Fees Act and Indian Stamp Act (Mizoram Amendment) advantages and disadvantages for the people of Mizoram/Michael Zothankhuma. 12. In search of a common tongue for the courts and the common man/P. Chakraborty. 13. Administration of justice in Mizoram an analysis/R.N. Prasad. 14. Indian Constitution and Social Justice in Mizoram a study/P. Chakraborty. Index. Justice is dynamic/changing. It requires a just state of affairs. In aligns with morality and proper distribution of favours and losses. This is possible by a democratic social order. This book deals with two systems of justice viz. custom based justice and modern legal justice based on the rule of law operating side by side which create mess/hutch putch. The custom based justice is uncodified. The modern legal justice is carried out by the state court as per the justice rules of 1937 framed by the colonial rulers. Crime had previously been almost absent in the Mizo Society. Presently crimes of different nature (criminal and civil) are increasing owing to the enlarging money economy the loosening of social bonds the emergence of classes of the neo middle rich and the poor and the concentration of wealth at the top and poverty at the bottom of the social hierarchy. The book emphasises more thrust on legislation and trail of cases by the State Courts rather than the District Councils Courts trying cases by uncodified customary laws and also suggests to streamline the existing judicial administration in order to have an uniform and impartial justice. The complete separation of executive and judiciary to achieve the objective of justice is suggested. The book which includes fourteen articles/research papers deals objectively with a theoretical concept of judicial administration various issues challenges/problems and constraints pertaining to judicial administration and also provides policy insights for the future and will be highly useful and valuable. The study briefly is an invaluable guide/help to the further research on the subject. 145 pp. Seller Inventory # 58302

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Published by Zoological Survey of India (1996)

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About this Item: Zoological Survey of India, 1996. pbk. Contents 1. A note on the feeding and other activities of the five striped squirrel Funambulus pennanti in the fruit gardens of West Bengal/A. Murmu G.D. Mukherjee S. Chaudhuri and S.K. Dutta. 2. On the fish collection from Kerala deposited in Southern regional station Zoological Survey of India by NRM stackholm/Rema Devi K. Indra T.J. and K.G. Emiliyamma. 3. Notes on Isolaboidinae Insecta Dermaptera Anisolabididae from the Indian subcontinent/G.K. Srivastava. 4. Extension of range of distribution of three Gobiid Fishes to South Arcot district on the East T.N. Coast of India/Rema Devi K. Indra T.J. and Mari Bai M. 5. Studies on the odonata fauna of bastar Madhya Pradesh India/M. Prasad. 6. On some new records of freshwater ostracods crustacea entomostraca from India/D.K. Harshey. 7. An account of the mammalian fauna of Gorumara National Park Jalpaiguri West Bengal/Pratihar Supriya and Chakraborty S. 8. Hydrobiological stuides on some waterbodies along Bombay highway and Warangal road Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh/S.G. Patil and P. Peetamber. 9. Observations on the ichthyofaunal constituents restricted to the Indian subcontinental coastal waters/S.S. Mishra and S. Krishnan. 10. Determination of optimum time for mass mounting of multi voltine silkworm Bombyx mori L Lepidoptera Bombycidae under tropical conditions of West Bengal/S.K. Mathur D.R. Pramanic S.K. Sen G. Subbarao and N.K. Das. 11. Reproductive cycle in Parreysia favidens Benson a freshwater bevalve of Koshi river/Begum Shama and J.S. Datta Munshi. 12. A note on some of the scheduled mammals from the semi arid havitats adjacent to the backwaters of Ujani wetland in Maharashtra state short communication/M.S. Pradhan. 13. An account of the odonata of Maharashtra state India/M. Prasad. 14. Notes on the larval stages of Negritomyia andamanensis Das Sharma and Devroy Diptera stratiomyidae short communication/R.M. Sharma B.C. Das M.K. Devroy. 332 pp. Seller Inventory # 100001821

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Bimal J Deb

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8180691349 ISBN 13: 9788180691348

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Ethno nationalism and self determination/Bimal J. Deb. 2. Ethnic issues secularism and conflict resolution in North East India/J.B. Ganguly. 3. Growing challenge to the concept of secularism and its special impact on north east region/P.C. Biswas. 4. Ethnicity and ethnic movements in North East India/B.R. Rizvi. 5. Ethnic cultural diversity of North East India/N.N. Bhattacharjya. 6. Ethnic issues and secularism dialectical approach for conflict resolution/Ramesh Chandra. 7. Secular thoughts and communal practices in India and its north eat/Gorky Chakraborty. 8. Equality fraternity and development resolving ethnic conflict/Amalesh Banerjee. 9. Ethno cultural paranoia and political design some reflections/Abhijit Choudhury. 10. Upholding the value of secularism in North East India/J.B. Ganguly. 11. Secularism in India problems and perspectives/R.N. Prasad. 12. Ethnicity ethnic conflict and conflict resolution in North East India/Susmita Priyadarshini. 13. Ethnicity in Tripura a conceptual framework/Mahadev Chakravarti. 14. Ethnic identity issue of Arunachal Pradesh/R.P. Bhattacharjee. 15. Ethnic issues in Nagaland and North East India/Sukhendu Mazumdar. 16. Conflict resolution in Naga society past and present/S.D. Nandi. 17. The Nepalis in Assam a question of identity/Lopita Nath. 18. Implicit communalism the case of contemporary Assam/Samir Kumar Das. 19. Ideological aspects of Bodo separatism in Assam/Dhruba Pratim Sharma. 20. Movement of lesser known ethnic groups of Assam/Vashyati Bhuyan. 21. Tribal population and ethnic problem in Assam/M.M. Das. 22. Issues and problems of ethnicity in Assam/P.C. Dutta and B.C. Pradhan. 23. Ethnicity secularism and religious tolerance the role of Ahoms in Assam society/Lipi Ghosh. 24. Secularism ethnicity and Mongolian culture in North East India/Girin Phukan. 25. Ethnic issues and conflict resolution a case study of the Karbis in Assam/R.P. Athparia. 26. Bodo issues/S.K. Mukherjee. 27. Ethnicity with special reference to North East India/Gita Pyal. 28. Identity crisis of BOROS (BODOS) in Brahmaputra Valley/Premalata Devi. 29. An overview of the Dimasa society/Minakshi Chakraborty. 30. Spatial distribution and socio economic well being of scheduled tribe population in Assam/Momita Goswami and Lakhahira Datta. Index. The ethnic mosaic of North East India offers a fascinating area of academic discourse which needs to be examined for a clear understanding of the elements of separatism or integration which necessarily carry socio political ramifications. Against this background North East India Council for Social Science Research Shillong organised a seminar on ethnic issues secularism and conflict resolution on North East India. This book is the outcome of that seminar. It attempts to assess the contours of ethno cultural plurality in the social dynamics of the region. Essentially the focus is on the manner in which ethnicity is seeking fulfilment of aspirations arising out of its exposure to the forces of modernization. The book highlights the fact that contemporary North East India remains witness to the momentous developments arising out of ethnic mobilization. The overriding need for a secular policy however remains unquestioned. 248 pp. Seller Inventory # 61506

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Edited by S.S. Rathore

Published by Association of Petroleum Geologists (2007)

ISBN 10: 8190172980 ISBN 13: 9788190172981

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About this Item: Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Exploration beyond producing acreages in India: perspectives and challenges/Brij M. Khar. 2. Petroleum exploration management/R.C. Fuloria. 3. Tectonics, depositional setting and reservoir characteristics of sedimentary sequence in North Bank of River Brahmaputra of Upper Assam Basin/S.S. Deb, I. Baruah, B. Bharali, R. Borgohain and B.N. Talukdar. 4. Hydrocarbon prospectivity of Miocene Sands in Cachar Area, Assam - Arakan Fold Belt India/Ram Krishna Singh, R.C. Agrawalla, M.A.S. Bora and G.K. Ray. 5. Structural interpretation and kinematic modeling of the Manabum Anticline, Assam Basin, India/A.N. Borthakur, B.R. Bharali, E. Novoa and A. Ravagila. 6. Trend of fracture pressure gradient in parts of Upper Assam Basin: calculation based on Wireline Log Data/B. Bharali and B.N. Talukdar. 7. Structural style and timing of structural deformation in Naga Foothills Region - a discussion/P.C. Goswami and P. Goswami. 8. Delineation of Adamtila field using 3D Seismic (PSDM): a case study/K. Yadagiri, M.N. Soren, A. Sanyal, P. Chandrasekaran and S. Choudhury. 9. Factors controlling reservoir heterogeneities of LBS sandstones, Rudrasagar Formation, Laplingaon Field, Assam/N. Pendkar and P.S. Kataki. 10. Miocene - Pliocene sequence stratigraphy of Tripura, India and its implications on hydrocarbon exploration/A.S. Kale, P.K. Sinha, R.C. Agrawalla, G.K. Ray and R.M. Baruah. 11. Naturally fractured L3 Reservoir of N&S of Mumbai High Oilfield : a performance review/Kottilil Narayanan. 12. Geochemical Feedback: a novel style for calibrated burial and thermal reconstruction in Mahim Graben Area of Mumbai Offshore Basin/I.V.S.V. Prasad, A.K. Sinha, S. Pahari, R.R. Singh and Anil Bhandari. 13. Source rock evaluation and oil-source correlation studies for North of Mukta Structure, Western Offshore Basin, India/B.G. Goswami, R.S. Bisht, A.K. Bhatnagar, A.K. Mittal and R.R. Singh. 14. Paleoenvironment and source rock palynological studies for hydrocarbon prospects in Mumbai Offshore Basin/P.N. Kapoor and S. Nanjundaswamy. 15. Modeling of middle Kalol Reservoir vis-a-vis anticipated field growth in Wadu and Paliyad Areas, Cambay Basin, India/G. Chakraborty, S. Gupta, U.S. Kanungo, A. Bharskale and K. Dattatraya. 16. Rejuvenation of exploration for 'Kalol' in Mehsana Tectonic Block, North Cambay Basin - a view point/S.C. Sonare and V. Pratap. 17. "New Oil in Old Field" the exploitation of K-VA Paysand of Kalol Field, Cambay Basin; India - a success story/A.K. Jena, R. Matta and Surender Kumar. 18. Palynostratigraphy and depositional environment of Paleogene-neogene sequences of area around Jetalpur depression of Ahmedabad - Mehsana Block, Cambay Basin and their hydrocarbon potential/Anand Gupta and M. Shanmukhappa. 19. Geochemical characterization, oil-oil and oil-source correlation studies in Eastern Margin Fields of Ahmedabad Block of Cambay Basin, India/A.K. Bhatnagar, R.S. Bisht, B.G. Goswami and R.R. Singh. 20. Shallow gas exploration - a milestone towards "Pura"/K.N. Shridhar and V.R. Sunder. 21. Depositional environments and Paleogeographic modeling of tertiary sediments in Narmada Block, Cambay Basin, India/Sudhir Shukla, G.L. Hansa and P.B. Pandey. 22. 40Ar-39Ar studies of Basaltic Basement from Kerala Offshore of India: relevance to reunion hotspot linkage of Deccan Volcanism/S.S. Rathore, A.R. Vijan, M. Bansal, G.C. Uniyal and P.S. Pangtey. 23. Application of hydrocarbon play concept for assessing exploration risk and play potential for upper cretaceous sediments in Kuthalam and Kali fields and unexplored areas in Northern Tranquebar Sub Basin, Cauvery Basin, India/S. Venkataramaiah, P.V.V. Satyanaran and J. Ashok Kumar. 24. Influence of Mud parameters on quality of wireline log data in Thrustfold Belts: an analogue from Himalayan foothills/Tajinder Kumar. 25. Neoproterozoic carbonate microfacies of Kanger and Jagdalpur formation, Indravati Group, Chhattisgarh, India/Rajeeva Guhey and Pradeep Thakur. 26. The role of integrated. Seller Inventory # 68534

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About this Item: Today and Tomorrow, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Contents: Preface. 1. Role of plant pathogenic mollicutes in India/S.P. Raychaudhuri. 2. Role of Mycorrhiza in plant disease management/Bushan L. Jalali. 3. Disease control through application of plant pathology technology - why and how/M.P. Srivastava. 4. Plant protection in N.E. Hill region/S. Mukhopadhyay. 5. Non-target effects of pesticides on soil-borne pathogens of wilt and wilt like diseases of linseed/B.N. Shukla, S.C. Vyas and M.N. Khare. 6. Studies on the chemical control of black pepper wilt caused by Phytophthora Palmivora MF/M.N.L. Sastry and R.K. Hegde. 7. Comparative efficacy of different copper fungicide formulations and spraying methods in controlling abnormal leaf fall disease of Hevea Brasiliensis/Sabu P. Idicula, V. Krishnankutty, Thomoson T. Edathil, C. Kuruvilla Jacob and K. Jayarathnam. 8. Effect of seed treatment and soil application of fungicides in control of pre - and post-emergence mortality in watermelon caused by Fusarium Oxysporum F. Sp. Niveum/U.A. Gadre, A.M. Mandokhot and M.P. Diwakar. 9. Effect of Bavistin and Dithane M-45 on Ectomycorrhizal development of Khasi pine in nurseries/Raj Kumar, G.S. Rao, G.D. Sharma and R.R. Mishra. 10. Chemical control of foot rot and leaf rot of detelvine caused by Phytophthora palmivora using Bordeaux mixture/B. Dasgupta. 11. Chemical control of Anthracnose of Greater Yam/U.A. Gadre and A.M. Mandokhot. 12. Detection of Xanthomonas Campestris P. Cyamopsidis in Clusterbean seeds and its survival/L.C. Saini and R.D. Parashar. 13. Infection of safflower seeds with alternaria species-their location and control/N.V. Krishna Prasad and K.C. Basu Chaudhary. 14. Yield loss assessment and standardization of spraying schedule for blast of upland rice in Arunachal Pradesh/R.G. Chaudhary and Vishwadhar. 15. Effect of nitrogen, phosphorus and potash on the incidence of alternaria leaf spot of groundnut/Y. Prasad and Udit Narain. 16. Fungicidal control of root and stem rot of jute/Y. Prasad and P.C. Doloi. 17. Influence of temperature and pH on the efficacy of Mancozeb and Thiobencarb, applied alone or in combination on Rhizoctonia Solani, sheath blight pathogen of rice/U.D. Singh and N. Sethunathan. 18. Microbial ecology of citrus leaf and its role in citrus bacterial canker disease management/Ramesh Chand and Ram Kishun. 19. Control of sclerotinia stem and pod rot of pea/J.S. Srivastava and Birendra Singh. 20. Control of bakanae disease of rice with chemical seed treatments/Kh. Upendra Singh, Y. Rathaiah and N. Iboton Singh. 21. Control of greening-induced die-back of citrus through foliar sprays/N. Iboton Singh. 24. Influence of ocimum sanctum essential oil on the two major fungal pathogens of rice/Debjani Misra and S.N. Tewari. 25. Additive effects of plant oils and fungicides/B. Das and S. Pan. 26. Effect of different types of planting materials on the yield and incidence of Taphrina in turmeric/V.B. Singh and P.L. Kar. 27. Potentialities of Indian strains of bajra ergot for alkaloid production in stationary culture/H.N. Singh and Akhtar Husain. 28. Biological control of watermelon wilt fungus (Fusarium Oxysporum F. Sp. Niveum) using Trichoderma Viride as an antagonistic organism/R.R. Bhad, M.P. Diwakar, A.M. Mandokhot and U.A. Gadre. 29. Biological control of charcoal rot of maize by Guava wilt Fusarium/R.D.N. Singh and S.A.K.M. Kaiser. 30. "Aims" : an appropriate integrated pest management system in India/Mrinal K. Dasgupta. 31. Fluorescent pseudomonads for plant disease control/S. Ray, M. Ghosh and N. Mukherjee. 32. Studies on soils amendment with leaves of some local weeds in relation to the biocontrol of Rhizoctonia Solani Kuhn./Anil Kumar and K.B. Mishra. 33. Effect of different soil amendments on the populations of two soil borne plant pathogens/A. Basu, A. Dasgupta and P.K. Sen Gupta. 34. Potential of soil solarisation in the management of Macrophomina, Phaseolina and Sclerotium Rolfsii in soil/D. Maiti, A.K. Chakraborty, C. Chattopadhyay and C. Sen. 35. Seller Inventory # ABE-11298386827

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Kali Charan Pandey

Published by Rawat, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 813160196X ISBN 13: 9788131601969

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About this Item: Rawat, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgements. Abbreviations. Introduction. I. Foundations of Wittgenstein's views on ethics and religion 1. Two Godheads the world and the independent self/Bijoy H. Boruah. 2. Wittgenstein on good of ethics and God of religion/Ganesh Prasad Das. II. Wittgenstein's ethical point of view 3. Wittgenstein's transcendental ethics A re construction/R.C. Pradhan. 4. Wittgenstein on moral consciousness/Ranjan K. Panda. 5. Wittgenstein on ethics and values/R.P. Singh. 6. Ethics in Wittgenstein a critical appreciation/P.R. Bhat. 7. Wittgenstein and the Chimera of an independent arbiter in moral philosophy Rawls's original position as an analytical failure/G.P. Ramachandra. 8. What is it to be Human a La Wittgenstein/Chinmoy Goswami. III. Wittgenstein's religious point of view 9. Wittgenstein and the Christian faith/N. Sreekumar. 10. A different Wittgenstein Christian or Judaic Esoteric/Ranjit Chatterjee. 11. Confessions from an irreligious life/Sanil V. 12. Whether Wittgenstein a religious Fideist/R.P. Srivastava. 13. Faith without recompense Wittgenstein on religious belief/Vikram Singh Sirola. 14. Can there be religion without public sphere an examination of Wittgenstein's approach to religion in the Metaphysical thinking of Habermas/S. Panneerselvam. 15. Religion an important nonsense/Nirmalaya Narayan Chakraborty. Select bibliography. About the contributors. Index. This is a critical exposition of multiple facets of Ludwig Wittgenstein's thoughts on ethics and religion. First it brings our foundations of Wittgenstein's views on ethics and religion. Then it deals with various issues of current debates in the philosophy of Wittgenstein such as notion of transcendental ethics dichotomy between fact and value distinction between religious and superstitious beliefs notion of happiness and human being discussions of fideism whether Wittgenstein's methodology was Christian or Jew Wittgenstein's religious thoughts in the context of logical positivism and Habermas. It is useful not only for students of philosophy and theology but also for a lay reader who is interested in an in depth analysis of the realm of meta ethics and religious philosophy of language. 288 pp. Seller Inventory # 69982

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K Nageswara Rao

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introduction. I. Poverty international dimensions 1. Poverty at the global level with reference to India/Amarjit Singh Sethi. 2. International poverty and pattern of trade/K. Sai Haragopal. 3. Poverty in Asia trends issues and policies/Rekha Mehta and Santosh Bhandari. 4. Poverty and economic openness of SAARC countries/Dipika Basu and Arun Kumar Nandi. 5. Human poverty in SAARC countries/Dhirendra Nath Konar. II. Poverty in India an inter state analysis 6. Poverty in India during the plans/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava. 7. Poverty and inter state disparities in development/Shyam Sunder Singh and Chauhan and Sadhana Singh. 8. An inter state analysis of human poverty/Achal Kumar Gaur. 9. Poverty in the pre and post reform period in India/I.D. Gupta. 10. Poverty and social spending an inter state analysis/Jayanta Sen and Debottam Chakraborty. 11. Poverty in the nineties/Debashis Chakraborty and Anup Guha. 12. State wise trends of poverty ratio in India/S.K. Shukla and Anjali Jain. 13. Cross state differentials in rural poverty in India/Ratan Kumar Ghosal and Apurba Kumar Chattopadhyay. 14. Rural poverty and non farm employment in India/Pinaki Das and Sachinandan Sau. III. On dimensions of poverty in India 15. Poverty in India with rural urban disaggregation/D.P. Pal and Jayanta Sen. 16. Determinants of rural poverty in India/Sriram Samarth and S.L. Pedgaonkar. 17. Social group inequality and poverty in rural India/Debasish Nandy and Suddhasil Siddhanta. 18. Female poverty some ground realities/Anjali Chavhan. 19. Inter tribe poverty in Srikakulam of Andhra Pradesh/M. Sundara Rao and Sailaja Devi. IV. Poverty analysis in some states of India 20. Dimensions of poverty with reference to Rajasthan/Anju Kohli. 21. Poverty reduction in Himachal Pradesh/K.K. Kaushik and Sanju Karol. 22. Poverty among agricultural labourers in rural Punjab/Sukhpal Singh R.S. Sidhu and H.S. Kingra. 23. Poverty in rural Orissa and the role of education/Sailabala Devi. 24. Rural poverty in selected villages in Andhra Pradesh/S. Indrakant and R. Nageswara Rao. 25. Poverty in a backward region of Andhra Pradesh/K. Nageswara Rao and Yahiya Ahmed. 26. Poverty in Karnataka a district level study/D.N. Patil. Index. Poverty in India Global and Regional Dimensions is an edited volume consisting of the 26 selected papers contributed in one of the technical sessions of the IEA 86 Conference held in the Shivaji University Kolhapur. This volume also contains an editorial introduction by K. Nageswara Rao and a foreword by Raj Kumar Sen. 451 pp. Seller Inventory # 54957

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Kendall R Lamkey and Michael Lee

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About this Item: Blackwell Pub New, New Delhi. Paperback. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Preface. 1. Plant breeding past present and future/Theodore M. Crosbie Sam R. Eathington G. Richard Johnson Marlin Edwards Robert Reiter S. Stark Radha G. Mohanty Manuel Oyervides Robert E. Buehler Alan K. Walker Raymond Dobert Xavier Delannay Jay C. Pershing Michael A. Hall and Kendall R. Lamkey. 2. Who are plant breeders what do they do and why/James G. Coors. 3. Social and environmental benefits of plant breeding/Donald N. Duvick. 4. Defining and achieving plant breeding goals/Arnel R. Hallauer and S. Pandey. 5. Improving the connection between effective crop conservation and breeding/S. Kresovich A.M. Casa A.J. Garris S.E. Mitchell and M.T. Hamblin. 6. Breeding for cropping systems/E. Charles Brummer. 7. Participatory plant breeding a market oriented Cost effective approach/J.R. Witcombe D.S. Virk S.N. Goyal D.N. Singh M. Chakraborty M. Billore T.P. Tiwari R. Pandya P. Rokadia A.R. Pathak and S.C. Prasad. 8. Plant breeding education/Elizabeth A. Lee and John W. Dudley. 9. Theoretical and biological foundations of plant breeding/J.B. Holland. 10. Integrating breeding tools to generate information for efficient breeding past present and future/M. Cooper O.S. Smith R.E. Merrill L. Arthur D.W. Podlich and C.M. Loffler. 11. Genotype by environment interaction basics and beyond/Fred Van Eeuwijk. 12. Applications of comparative genomics to crop improvement/Mark E. Sorrells. 13. Perspectives on finding and using quantitative disease resistance genes in Barley/P.M. Hayes L. Marquez Cedillo C.C. Mundt K. Richardson and M.I. Vales. 14. Breeding for resistance to abiotic stresses in rice the value of quantitative trait loci/David J. Mackill. 15. The phenotypic and genotypic eras of plant breeding/Michael Lee. 16. The historical and biological basis of the concept of heterotic patterns in Corn Belt Dent Maize/W.F. Tracy and M.A. Chandler. 17. Hybrid and open pollinated varieties in modern agriculture/Kevin V. Pixley. 18. Breeding vegetatively propagated crops/Rodomiro Ortiz Carine Dochez Robert Asiedu and Francis Moonan. 19. Origins of fruit culture and fruit breeding/Jules Janik. 20. Sugarcane genomics and breeding/Kuo Kao Wu Ray Ming Paul H. Moore and Andrew H. Paterson. 21. Improving tolerance to abiotic stresses in staple crops a random or planned process/Gregory Edmeades Marianne Banziger Hugo Campos and Jeffrey Schussler. 22. Breeding for resistance of biotic stresses/R.P. Singh J. Huerta Espino and M. William. 23. Breeding for increased forage quality/M.D. Casler. 24. Breeding for Grain amino acid composition in maize/Audrey Darrigues Kendall R. Lamkey and M. Paul Scott. 25. Derivation of open pollinated inbred lines and their relation to Z lines for cyclic hybridization/Fidel Marquez Sanchez. 26. Breeding maize exotic germplasm/F.J. Betran K. Mayfield T. Isakeit and M. Menz. 27. Development of a heterotic pattern in orange flint maize/Guillermo Eyherabide Graciela Nestares and Maria Jose Hourquescos. Plant breeding practices have improved the livelihoods of millions. Current breeding practices have allowed farmers to produce enough crops to feed growing populations added significant profits in the grain trade and minimized the amount of land needed for agricultural production by permitting more intensive use of existing crop lands. This volume reviews the status of the major challenges approaches and accomplishments of plant breeding programs from around the world. The coverage is broad and comprehensive and provides the latest developments affecting grains trees fruits nuts and forage crops. 380 pp. Seller Inventory # 62078

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About this Item: Zoological Survey of India, 2004. Soft cover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Oribatid Mites (Acari: Oribatida)/A.K. Sanyal and S. Basak. 2. Acari: Metastigmata (ticks)/A.K. Sanyal and S.K. De. 3. Insecta: Odonata/M. Prasad. 4. Insecta: Isoptera (termites)/N.S. Rathore and N. Tak. 5. Insecta: Hemiptera: Coccoidea/R.K. Varshney. 6. Insecta: Coleoptera/S.K. Chatterjee, S. Chakraborty, D.N. Biswas, S.K. Halder, S.K. Ghosh, P. Mukhopadhyay and S. Biswas. 7. Insecta: Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae Coprinae (Dung Beetles)/Ram Sewak. 8. Insecta: Diptera/A.R. Lahiri and B. Mitra. 9. Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae/N. Tak and N.S. Rathore. 10. Echinodermata: Carinoidae, Asteroidea, Ophiuroidea and Echinoidea/D.R.K. Sastry. 11. Crustacea: Decapoda: Grapsidae/Sunil Kumar Ghosh. 12. Prawns of Gujarat coast/Angsuman Chanda and T. Roy. 13. Annelida: Polychaeta/A. Misra and R.K. Chakraborty. 14. Echiura/B.P. Haldar. 15. Marine Mollusca (part-I: Polyplacophora, Gastropoda and Scaphopoda)/K.V. Surya Rao, Sipra Maitra, S. Barua and Ramakrishna. 16. Sipuncula/B.P. Haldar. 17. Nematoda/N. Tak and N.S. Rathore. 18. Cnidaria: Medusae/B.P. Haldar. 19. Protozoa/A.K. Das. Seller Inventory # 54640

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K.N. Dikshit

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About this Item: Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Contents: Archaeological Theory: A Perspective from outside the Western Academy Nayanjot Lahiri Interpretation in Indian Stone Age Archaeology: A Reappraisal D.K. Bhattacharya Aryan Agro-Pastoralists in the Ganga Valley M.K. Dhavalikar The Interaction Networks of Pre/Early-Harappan Gujarat Shweta Sinha-Deshpande Bhirrana Excavation - 2005-06 L.S. Rao, Nandini B. Sahu, U.A. Shastry, Prabash Sahu and Samir Diwan Interpreting Rock Art Urmi Ghosh and V.H. Sonawane The Harappan Spoked Wheels Rattled Down the Streets of Bhirrana, Dist. Fatehabad, Haryana L.S. Rao Further Excavations at Lahuradewa, District Sant Kabir Nagar (U.P.) 2005-06: Preliminary Observations top Rakesh Tewari, R.K. Srivastava, K.K. Singh and K.S. Saraswat Excavations at Abhaipur 2005-06, District Pilibhit, Uttar Pradesh Anup Mishra and U.P. Arora Excavations at Ramnagar: Discovery of a Supporting Settlement of Ancient Varanasi Vidula Jayaswal and Manoj Kumar Anai: A Settlement in the Varuna Region Vibha Tripathi and Prabhakar Upadhyay Excavation at Kopia 2006: A Preliminary Report A.K. Kanungo The Copper Hoard Culture of the Indo-Gangetic Plains: A Mystery Unravelled S. Vijayakumar An Archaeological Study along the Damodar-Ajay Interfluve in West Bengal (Circa AD Ninth to Fifteenth Centuries) R.K. Chattopadhyay, Rajat Sanyal and Sharmila Saha A Group of Temples at Kalna S.S. Biswas Evidence of Dental Palaeopathology and Diagenesis in the A.P. Khatri Collection of Fossil Vertebrates in the Indraprastha Museum, New Delhi Vijay Sathe Genetics and the Aryan Debate Michel Danino On Perceiving Aryan Migrations in Vedic Ritual Texts Vishal Agarwal Excavations at Sanauli 2005-06: A Harappan Necropolis in the Upper Ganga-Yamuna Doab D.V. Sharma, K.C. Nauriyal and V.N. Prabhakar Materials and Techniques of Wall Paintings of Rajasthan Om Prakash Agrawal and Rashmi Pathak Course of Vedic River Saraswati as Deciphered from Latest Satellite Data J.R. Sharma, A.K. Gupta and B.K. Bhadra Notes and News Recent Exploration of Harappan Sites in District Rohtak, Haryana Manmohan Kumar Camps of the Early Settlers in the Sub-Basins of the Chambal River, Rajasthan ? An Observation Sangita Chakraborty and Nayan Anand Chakraborty Excavations at Chandimau 2000-01 Niraj Kumar Sinha and Jalaj Kumar Tiwari Subsistence Pattern in Mesolithic Communities of India Neelima Pandey Copper Artifacts from Bagasra (Gola Dhora), a Harappan Site of Gujarat, Western India Ambika Patel Discovery of a Unique Wooden Seal from Khaparkhera, District Dhar, Madhya Pradesh S.B. Ota Discovery of Pictorial-cum-Epigraphic Depictions of Performing Local Rituals of the Ancient Magadha by the Traders/Travellers from Gandhara Region A.K. Prasad Fresh Investigations in Early Chronology of Nalanda B.R. Mani Faunal Remains from Agiabir, Dt. Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh top Arati Deshpande-Mukherjee, P.K. Thomas, Purushottam Singh and A.K. Singh Cupule Occurrences in Goa Rohini Pandey and Abhijit Ambekar Parvati?s Penance: an Unnoticed Sculpture from Bengal Gautam Sengupta Recent Discovery of a Chariot Shaped Shrine at Nalanda P.K. Mishra Contemporary Indian and Ancient Iranian Bracelet (Kada): A Comparison Gholamreza Karamian, Shahida Ansari and Vasant Shinde Animal Representation in the Rock Art of Chotanagpur Plateau Mukta Raut Dey New Copper Hoards from Rajasthan Ambika Dhaka Application of Remote Sensing in Archaeology with Special Reference to Study of Palaeochannels of River Varuna in Varanasi District, Uttar Pradesh Santosh Kumar Understanding the Post-depositional Bone Modification Processes: An Actualistic Approach C.V. Sharada a Printed Pages: 324. Seller Inventory # 1459

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Pradeep Chaturvedi (Ed.)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. About the Institutions Safety and Quality Forum Safety and Quality Forum (SQF) set up by the Institution of Engineers (India) in October 2003, aims to promote and propagate various aspects of safety and quality in different engineering sectors, through networking mechanism. Besides facilitating exchange of ideas and opinion pertaining to safety and quality, it endeavours to promote awareness about them in engineering operations; assist governments and municipal bodies in framing and enforcing rules and codes for safety and quality management systems; develop courses, syllabi and course materials for Safety Engineering, Quality Management and Reliability Engineering; organise seminars, conferences and workshops; and collaborate with educational institutions and industry to promote the concept of quality and safety. Its head office is based at the Delhi State Centre. Quality Council of India Quality Council of India (QCI) an autonomous non-profit organisation of the Government of India and the Indian Industry, is given the task of establishing an Accreditation Structure in the country. Represented by the three premier industry associations, Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), the QCI aims to provide right and unbiased information on quality and related standards; spread quality movement in the country; facilitate upgradation of equipment and techniques related to quality; represent India\`s interests in international forums; and help establish brand equity of Indian products and services. To achieve these objectives, the Quality Council of India had five organs, namely, National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies; National Registration Board for Personnel and Training; National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories; National Quality Campaign; and Quality Information and Enquiry Service. Content : Content VOLUME TWO 1. Safety Management: More Than Just a System/ J.S. Ahluwalia 2. Safety: Significance in Defence Works/ Lt. Gen. Ranjit Singh 3. Safety Management in Railways/ R.S. Grover 4. Reconstruction After Tsunami?Turning Adversity in to Opportunity/ Anand S. Arya 5. Safety in Mines/ N.N. Gautam 6. Disaster Management and Mitigation in Respect of Urban Slums/ B. Majumdar, D.S. Sachdev and Sanjeev Kulshrestha 7. Safety and Hazard Control in CIL Mines/ L. Jha 8. Write up from ONGC/ P.K. Sikdar 9. Endeavour for Safer World: Initiatives of the Institution of Engineers (India)/ P.B. Vijay 10. Design Addressing Safety Concerns/ S.S. Chakraborty 11. Safety After Tsunami/ K. Srinivasan 12. Safe Construction Practices in Building Industry/ V.K. Mathur 13. Safety Management in NTPC/ Mathura Prasad 14. Safety Management in Hydroelectric Power Plants/ H.V.S. Rudrappa 15. Our Experience in Implementing Safety and Quality in NTTF: Theory and Practice / M.P. Chowdiah 16. Tsunami Alert System: An Innovative Approach/ N.D. Kaushika and Pradeep Chaturvedi 17. Challenges to Fire Services in Modern Metro Cities/ R.C. Sharma 18. BHEL Where Safety is a Passion/ O.P. Bhutani 19. Report/Recommendations Printed Pages: 700. Seller Inventory # 40419

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Pradeep Chaturvedi (Ed.)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. About the Institutions Safety and Quality Forum Safety and Quality Forum (SQF) set up by the Institution of Engineers (India) in October 2003, aims to promote and propagate various aspects of safety and quality in different engineering sectors, through networking mechanism. Besides facilitating exchange of ideas and opinion pertaining to safety and quality, it endeavours to promote awareness about them in engineering operations; assist governments and municipal bodies in framing and enforcing rules and codes for safety and quality management systems; develop courses, syllabi and course materials for Safety Engineering, Quality Management and Reliability Engineering; organise seminars, conferences and workshops; and collaborate with educational institutions and industry to promote the concept of quality and safety. Its head office is based at the Delhi State Centre. Quality Council of India Quality Council of India (QCI) an autonomous non-profit organisation of the Government of India and the Indian Industry, is given the task of establishing an Accreditation Structure in the country. Represented by the three premier industry associations, Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), the QCI aims to provide right and unbiased information on quality and related standards; spread quality movement in the country; facilitate upgradation of equipment and techniques related to quality; represent India\`s interests in international forums; and help establish brand equity of Indian products and services. To achieve these objectives, the Quality Council of India had five organs, namely, National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies; National Registration Board for Personnel and Training; National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories; National Quality Campaign; and Quality Information and Enquiry Service. Content : Content VOLUME TWO 1. Safety Management: More Than Just a System/ J.S. Ahluwalia 2. Safety: Significance in Defence Works/ Lt. Gen. Ranjit Singh 3. Safety Management in Railways/ R.S. Grover 4. Reconstruction After Tsunamiâ€"Turning Adversity in to Opportunity/ Anand S. Arya 5. Safety in Mines/ N.N. Gautam 6. Disaster Management and Mitigation in Respect of Urban Slums/ B. Majumdar, D.S. Sachdev and Sanjeev Kulshrestha 7. Safety and Hazard Control in CIL Mines/ L. Jha 8. Write up from ONGC/ P.K. Sikdar 9. Endeavour for Safer World: Initiatives of the Institution of Engineers (India)/ P.B. Vijay 10. Design Addressing Safety Concerns/ S.S. Chakraborty 11. Safety After Tsunami/ K. Srinivasan 12. Safe Construction Practices in Building Industry/ V.K. Mathur 13. Safety Management in NTPC/ Mathura Prasad 14. Safety Management in Hydroelectric Power Plants/ H.V.S. Rudrappa 15. Our Experience in Implementing Safety and Quality in NTTF: Theory and Practice / M.P. Chowdiah 16. Tsunami Alert System: An Innovative Approach/ N.D. Kaushika and Pradeep Chaturvedi 17. Challenges to Fire Services in Modern Metro Cities/ R.C. Sharma 18. BHEL Where Safety is a Passion/ O.P. Bhutani 19. Report/Recommendations Printed Pages: 700. Seller Inventory # 40419

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K.N. Dikshit

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About this Item: Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Contents: Archaeological Theory: A Perspective from outside the Western Academy Nayanjot Lahiri Interpretation in Indian Stone Age Archaeology: A Reappraisal D.K. Bhattacharya Aryan Agro-Pastoralists in the Ganga Valley M.K. Dhavalikar The Interaction Networks of Pre/Early-Harappan Gujarat Shweta Sinha-Deshpande Bhirrana Excavation - 2005-06 L.S. Rao, Nandini B. Sahu, U.A. Shastry, Prabash Sahu and Samir Diwan Interpreting Rock Art Urmi Ghosh and V.H. Sonawane The Harappan Spoked Wheels Rattled Down the Streets of Bhirrana, Dist. Fatehabad, Haryana L.S. Rao Further Excavations at Lahuradewa, District Sant Kabir Nagar (U.P.) 2005-06: Preliminary Observations top Rakesh Tewari, R.K. Srivastava, K.K. Singh and K.S. Saraswat Excavations at Abhaipur 2005-06, District Pilibhit, Uttar Pradesh Anup Mishra and U.P. Arora Excavations at Ramnagar: Discovery of a Supporting Settlement of Ancient Varanasi Vidula Jayaswal and Manoj Kumar Anai: A Settlement in the Varuna Region Vibha Tripathi and Prabhakar Upadhyay Excavation at Kopia 2006: A Preliminary Report A.K. Kanungo The Copper Hoard Culture of the Indo-Gangetic Plains: A Mystery Unravelled S. Vijayakumar An Archaeological Study along the Damodar-Ajay Interfluve in West Bengal (Circa AD Ninth to Fifteenth Centuries) R.K. Chattopadhyay, Rajat Sanyal and Sharmila Saha A Group of Temples at Kalna S.S. Biswas Evidence of Dental Palaeopathology and Diagenesis in the A.P. Khatri Collection of Fossil Vertebrates in the Indraprastha Museum, New Delhi Vijay Sathe Genetics and the Aryan Debate Michel Danino On Perceiving Aryan Migrations in Vedic Ritual Texts Vishal Agarwal Excavations at Sanauli 2005-06: A Harappan Necropolis in the Upper Ganga-Yamuna Doab D.V. Sharma, K.C. Nauriyal and V.N. Prabhakar Materials and Techniques of Wall Paintings of Rajasthan Om Prakash Agrawal and Rashmi Pathak Course of Vedic River Saraswati as Deciphered from Latest Satellite Data J.R. Sharma, A.K. Gupta and B.K. Bhadra Notes and News Recent Exploration of Harappan Sites in District Rohtak, Haryana Manmohan Kumar Camps of the Early Settlers in the Sub-Basins of the Chambal River, Rajasthan â€" An Observation Sangita Chakraborty and Nayan Anand Chakraborty Excavations at Chandimau 2000-01 Niraj Kumar Sinha and Jalaj Kumar Tiwari Subsistence Pattern in Mesolithic Communities of India Neelima Pandey Copper Artifacts from Bagasra (Gola Dhora), a Harappan Site of Gujarat, Western India Ambika Patel Discovery of a Unique Wooden Seal from Khaparkhera, District Dhar, Madhya Pradesh S.B. Ota Discovery of Pictorial-cum-Epigraphic Depictions of Performing Local Rituals of the Ancient Magadha by the Traders/Travellers from Gandhara Region A.K. Prasad Fresh Investigations in Early Chronology of Nalanda B.R. Mani Faunal Remains from Agiabir, Dt. Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh top Arati Deshpande-Mukherjee, P.K. Thomas, Purushottam Singh and A.K. Singh Cupule Occurrences in Goa Rohini Pandey and Abhijit Ambekar Parvati’s Penance: an Unnoticed Sculpture from Bengal Gautam Sengupta Recent Discovery of a Chariot Shaped Shrine at Nalanda P.K. Mishra Contemporary Indian and Ancient Iranian Bracelet (Kada): A Comparison Gholamreza Karamian, Shahida Ansari and Vasant Shinde Animal Representation in the Rock Art of Chotanagpur Plateau Mukta Raut Dey New Copper Hoards from Rajasthan Ambika Dhaka Application of Remote Sensing in Archaeology with Special Reference to Study of Palaeochannels of River Varuna in Varanasi District, Uttar Pradesh Santosh Kumar Understanding the Post-depositional Bone Modification Processes: An Actualistic Approach C.V. Sharada a Printed Pages: 324. Seller Inventory # 1459

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Ravishankar Kumar Singh

Published by Abhijeet Pub, Delhi (2004)

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Foreword. Preface. Introduction. I. Economy banking finance fiscal reforms IT power sector reforms agricultural reforms etc 1. India's economic reforms and liberalisation/Chandra Prakash Singh and Ranjan Kumar Sinha. 2. Globalisation a fresh wind of economic reforms/Krishna Nand Yadav. 3. Globalisation and Indian economy/Umesh Prasad. 4. The regional dimensions of poverty and economic reforms/D.N. Patil. 5. Crucial aspects of monetary management and economic reforms/R. Arunachalam. 6. Management of government finances in India in the context of economic reforms/M. Narasimhulu and K. Vijaya Laxmi. 7. Banking sector reforms in India a critical appraisal/L.D. Vaikunthe. 8. Banking and financial sector reforms progress impact and future agenda/P.N. Sharma T.K. Shandilya and Anju Kumari. 9. Interest rate reforms in India/Nisar Ahmad Khan. 10. Fiscal deficit of Tamil Nadu/K. Murugavelu. 11. Reforms in foreign exchange markets/B.M. Jani. 12. External sector reforms revisited/Bani Prasad Bhattacharyya. 13. Where do we stand in state level fiscal reforms in India. A tale of two states/Gautam Naresh. 14. Reforms in telecommunications sector some issues/V.S. Kulkarni. 15. Power sector Policies and perspectives in the post reform period/V.S. Kulkarni. 16. Indian agriculture emerging trends in international trade/Satish Shrivastav. 17. Impact of globalisation on Indian agriculture/K. Ramachandran. 18. Indian agriculture under globalization challenges ahead/Baij Nath Singh. Vol. II Foreword. Preface. II. Labour poverty alleviation employment sustainable development community welfare etc 19. Labour and economic reforms the emerging possibilities/Pranab Kumar Chattopadhyay. 20. Women in the emerging labour market in India a post reform analysis/Sabanna S. Talwar. 21. Changing levels of living in India in the 1990s/Debottom Chakraborty D.P. Pal and Jayanta Sen. 22. Employment poverty and development during economic reforms/Ram Naresh Thakur. 23. Impact of economic reforms on employment in India/Binod Choudhary. 24. Economic reforms and employment under liberalisation privatisation and globalisation policies in India/Tapan Kumar Shandilya. 25. Globalisation and IT intervention in local self governance/Biswajit Chatterjee and Dilip Kumar Ghosh. 26. Second generation reforms a people centric approach/L.P. Singh. 27. Changing structure of workforce and the tenth plan agenda for employment generation/Amalesh Banerjee. 28. Reservation yesterday today and tomorrow/M. Muthiah. 29. Sustainable growth and resource management/P.R. Bhatt. 30. Water a basic need of the community/K. Nageswara Rao. 31. Financial resource generation for technical institutes in India/I.P.S. Ahuja. III. Trade WTO IPR etc 32. Trade policy reforms and development an Indian perspective/Smriti Mukherjee. 33. Trade performance of Indian agriculture and economic reforms/M.S. Gupta. 34. WTO and agreement on agriculture/H.V. Jhamb. 35. Sanitary and phyto sanitary regulations WTO/H.V. Jhamb. 36. Mid term review of WTO in Indian context/Sita Ram Singh. 37. Relevance of World Trade Organisation (WTO) in India an overview/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava. 38. Managing intellectual property in borders in the WTO regime a big challenge/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava and Sita Ram Singh. 39. Reforms in intellectual property regimes with reference to India/S. Srinivasa Rao. Index. The economic reforms that began in India in 1991 heralded a major change in economic conditions in India that have affected its whole social fabric and changed the entire way in which its economy performs. At first these reforms were limited to the macroeconomic sphere but later they spread to the microeconomic or industrial structure of the Indian economy. The full extent and consequences of these reforms are not as yet widely appreciated. In fact every facet of Indian socio economic structure is being affected through all pervasive economic reforms. About forty eminent scholars from various backgrounds have contri. Seller Inventory # 52503

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About this Item: ZSI, Kolkata, 2007. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Plant mites (Acari)/S.K. Gupta A.K. Sanyal and B.J. Sarkar. 2. Ixodid Ticks (Acari Ixodidae)/A.K. Sanyal and B.J. Sarkar. 3. Oribatid Mites (Acari Oribatei)/A.K. Sanyal. 4. Arachnida Araneae/Bijan Biswas. 5. Insecta Apterygota Collembola/A.K. Hazra G.P. Mandal and K.K. Suman. 6. Insecta Thysanura (Apterygota)/A.K. Hazra G.P. Mandal and Anand Kumar A. 7. Odonata/M. Prasad. 8. Insecta Orthoptera Acridoidea/S.K. Mandal and K. Yadav. 9. Insecta Mantodea/T.K. Mukherjee and A.K. Hazra. 10. Insecta Blattaria (Dictyoptera)/S.K. Mandal. 11. Insecta Hemiptera Aphididae/B.C. Das C.K. Sengupta and N.K. Pramanik. 12. Insecta Hemiptera Homoptera Cercopoidea Membracidae Fulgoroidea/B. Biswas M. Ghosh and Animesh Bal. 13. Insecta Hemiptera Homoptera Cicadelloidea/M. Ghosh and Animesh Bal. 14. Insecta Hemiptera Heteroptera Pentatomoidea/B. Biswas and Animesh Bal. 15. Insecta Hemiptera Pyrrhoridae/P.C. Saha and Animesh Bal. 16. Insecta Hemiptera Reduviidae/B. Biswas and Animesh Bal. 17. Insecta Hemiptera Water Bugs/Animesh Bal. 18. Insecta Coleoptera Coccinellidae/S.K. Chakraborty. 19. Insecta Coleoptera Histeridae/S.K. Chakraborty. 20. Insecta Coleoptera Polyphaga Hydrophiloidea Hydrophilidae/P. Mukhopadhyay. 21. Insecta Coleoptera Staphylinidae/P. Mukhopadhyay and A. Sar. 22. Insecta Coleoptera (Aquatic) Adephaga Fam. Gyrinidae and Fam. Dytiscidae/P. Mukhopadhyay and S.K. Ghosh. 23. Insecta Coleoptera Scarabaeidae (Cetoniinae Dynastinae and Coprinae)/S.K. Chatterjee. 24. Insecta Diptera Syrphidae/M. Mukherjee P. Parui and Bulganin Mitra. 25. Lepidoptera Families Pieridae. Hesperiidae Arctiidae and Ctenuchidae/Mridula Majumdar. 26. Insecta Lepidoptera Nymphalidae (Danainae) Lasiocampidae and Lymantriidae/D.R. Maulik. 544 pp. Seller Inventory # 64310

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B.N. Pandey,P.N. Panday

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. One of India?s most outstanding fisheries scientists, Dr. V. R. P. Singh is internationally well known for his work on aquaculture development in various Countries across Asia, Africa and Europe. During his 5 decades long illustrious career, Singh has built several concepts, projects, schools and Institutions and his work has been recognized through a string of awards and honors. Brought out by the Zoological Society of India, New Frontiers of Zoology commemorates Singh?s 70th birthday. It contains a set of 27 Research papers authored by distinguished experts in their respective fields-freshwater aquaculture, Water pollution, aquatic Biodiversity conservation, Fish nutrigenomics, and biotechnology. Table of Contents Preface 1. European Eel Still a Mystery of the Natural History/V.R.P. Sinha 2. Challenging food Security in India : Aquaculture a Viable Option/Shyam S. Salim 3. Indian Fisheries as a Tool for Nutritional Security, Poverty Alleviation and Employment/B.N. Pandey 4. Advances in Freshwater Aquaculture/N. Sarangi 5. Fisheries Development in North-Eastern States/M. Sinha 6. Breeding of Indian Major Carps : An Overview/S.K. Sarkar and S.C. Rath 7. Selective Breeding and Development of a Genetically Improved Rohu : The `Jayanti Rohu`/Ambedkar E. Eknath, Kanta Das Mahapatra, Jatendra N. Saha and Binod K. Chaudhary 8. Freshwater Pearl Farming/Kuldip Kumar, Gayatri Mishra, Utkal Laxmi Mohanty and Joy Krushna Jena 9. Breeding and Culture of Ornamental Fishes in India : An Emerging Cottage Industry/S.K. Swain and N.K. Barik 10. Microbes in Aquaculture/S. Ayyappan 11. Aquaculture : Public Concerns and Sustainable Practices/T.T. George and V.R.P. Sinha 12. Man-Made Modifications of Rivers and their Effect on its Fishery/M. Sinha 13. Inland Fisheries Enhancements/V.V. Sugunan 14. Inland Water Pollution and Algal Bio Indicator : A Review/M.K. Bandyopadhyay and B.C. Jha 15. Bioindicators for Surveillance of the Status of Indian Aquatic Pollution and Toxicity/K.K. Vass and S. Samanta 16. Eutrophication and Succession of Biota in Inland Aquatic Ecosystem/B.C. Jha and Anita Chakraborty 17. New Approach to Aquatic Biodiversity Conservation at NBFGR, Lucknow/W.S. Lakra and K.K. Lal 18. Conservation of Marine Faunal Diversity in India : An Overview/R. Soundararajan and W.S. Lakra 19. Marine Faunal Biodiversity of Maharashtra and Gujarat Coast and Conservation Strategies/Dilip Kumar and Geetanjali Deshmukhe 20. Current Status of Biotechnology in Karnataka/Geetha Bali 21. Prebiotics and Probities-Microflora for Mankind : An Overview/G.R. Bharawadkar and G.K. Kulkarni 22. Corpuscles of Stannius of Air Breathing Teleosts : Ultrastructure and Cellular Composition/M. Firoz Ahmod, Abdul Salim, N.S. Sen and N.V.A. Rao 23. Melatonin, the Nature`s Own Antioxidant/Amitab Hore 24. A Quantitative Study on Food Consumption and Larval Growth of Sarihan Ecorace of Antheraea Mylitta Drury/R.B. Sinha and P.N. Pandey 25. Derelict Pedosphere Ecosystem and Soil Arthropods : A Case Study of Bermo Coalfield Area of Jharkhand/B.K. Sinha, A. Hembrom, M. Mahto, P.N. Panday and D.K. Prasad 26. Fish Nutrigenomics : Fundamental Research for Understanding Nutrient Gene Interactions and Fish Nutrition/P.P. Srivastava and W.S. Lakra 27. Carotenoids Pigments in Freshwater Fish : Types of Carotenoids and their Metabolic Transformation into Vitamin A/Umesh C. Goswami Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 64120

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. One of India’s most outstanding fisheries scientists, Dr. V. R. P. Singh is internationally well known for his work on aquaculture development in various Countries across Asia, Africa and Europe. During his 5 decades long illustrious career, Singh has built several concepts, projects, schools and Institutions and his work has been recognized through a string of awards and honors. Brought out by the Zoological Society of India, New Frontiers of Zoology commemorates Singh’s 70th birthday. It contains a set of 27 Research papers authored by distinguished experts in their respective fields-freshwater aquaculture, Water pollution, aquatic Biodiversity conservation, Fish nutrigenomics, and biotechnology. Table of Contents Preface 1. European Eel Still a Mystery of the Natural History/V.R.P. Sinha 2. Challenging food Security in India : Aquaculture a Viable Option/Shyam S. Salim 3. Indian Fisheries as a Tool for Nutritional Security, Poverty Alleviation and Employment/B.N. Pandey 4. Advances in Freshwater Aquaculture/N. Sarangi 5. Fisheries Development in North-Eastern States/M. Sinha 6. Breeding of Indian Major Carps : An Overview/S.K. Sarkar and S.C. Rath 7. Selective Breeding and Development of a Genetically Improved Rohu : The `Jayanti Rohu`/Ambedkar E. Eknath, Kanta Das Mahapatra, Jatendra N. Saha and Binod K. Chaudhary 8. Freshwater Pearl Farming/Kuldip Kumar, Gayatri Mishra, Utkal Laxmi Mohanty and Joy Krushna Jena 9. Breeding and Culture of Ornamental Fishes in India : An Emerging Cottage Industry/S.K. Swain and N.K. Barik 10. Microbes in Aquaculture/S. Ayyappan 11. Aquaculture : Public Concerns and Sustainable Practices/T.T. George and V.R.P. Sinha 12. Man-Made Modifications of Rivers and their Effect on its Fishery/M. Sinha 13. Inland Fisheries Enhancements/V.V. Sugunan 14. Inland Water Pollution and Algal Bio Indicator : A Review/M.K. Bandyopadhyay and B.C. Jha 15. Bioindicators for Surveillance of the Status of Indian Aquatic Pollution and Toxicity/K.K. Vass and S. Samanta 16. Eutrophication and Succession of Biota in Inland Aquatic Ecosystem/B.C. Jha and Anita Chakraborty 17. New Approach to Aquatic Biodiversity Conservation at NBFGR, Lucknow/W.S. Lakra and K.K. Lal 18. Conservation of Marine Faunal Diversity in India : An Overview/R. Soundararajan and W.S. Lakra 19. Marine Faunal Biodiversity of Maharashtra and Gujarat Coast and Conservation Strategies/Dilip Kumar and Geetanjali Deshmukhe 20. Current Status of Biotechnology in Karnataka/Geetha Bali 21. Prebiotics and Probities-Microflora for Mankind : An Overview/G.R. Bharawadkar and G.K. Kulkarni 22. Corpuscles of Stannius of Air Breathing Teleosts : Ultrastructure and Cellular Composition/M. Firoz Ahmod, Abdul Salim, N.S. Sen and N.V.A. Rao 23. Melatonin, the Nature`s Own Antioxidant/Amitab Hore 24. A Quantitative Study on Food Consumption and Larval Growth of Sarihan Ecorace of Antheraea Mylitta Drury/R.B. Sinha and P.N. Pandey 25. Derelict Pedosphere Ecosystem and Soil Arthropods : A Case Study of Bermo Coalfield Area of Jharkhand/B.K. Sinha, A. Hembrom, M. Mahto, P.N. Panday and D.K. Prasad 26. Fish Nutrigenomics : Fundamental Research for Understanding Nutrient Gene Interactions and Fish Nutrition/P.P. Srivastava and W.S. Lakra 27. Carotenoids Pigments in Freshwater Fish : Types of Carotenoids and their Metabolic Transformation into Vitamin A/Umesh C. Goswami Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 64120

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edited by B.N. Pandey, A.P. Sharma, P.N. Pandey, P.K. Katiha and K. Jaiswal

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Bioresources vs livelihood: Indian scenario/B.N. Pandey, deepak Kumar, P.N. Pandey and Kamal Jaiswal. 2. Freshwater biodiversity in the Mahanadi basin Chhattisgarh/H.K. Vardia. 3. Ichthyofaunal diversity of Kulsi river: prime habitat of Dolphin/Chandasudha Goswami and Sayed Ali. 4. Ichthyofaunal diversity of river Chambal in Madhya Pradesh/Ridhi, B.C. Jha, A. Parashar, A.K. Das and A.K. Bose. 5. First ever record of a fish Nanga Assamensis pisces: Siluriformers: Sisoridae from Arunachal Pradesh, India: a biodiversity hot spot/Keshav Kumar Jha, Onang Tamuk and Tapan Kumar Ghosh. 6. Documentation of fish diversity in the upper stretch of river Tawa, Madhya Pradesh, India/A.K. Bose, B.C. Jha, V.R. Suresh, A.K. Das and A. Parashar Ridhi. 7. Some parasitic nematodes and trematodes found in few common catfishes of Manipur Valley/R.K. Gambhir, Zenith, Ng. Th. Tarnita and W. Lakshmipyari. 8. Helminth parasites in the air breathing fishes of Karbhala Wetland Silchar, Assam/Kh. Binky, M. Shomorendra and Devashish Kar. 9. Fish diversity of Salchapra Wetland in Cachar district of Assam/Monjurul Hoque Barbhuiya, M.M. Goswami and Devasish Kar. 10. Diversity and abundance of macrozoobenthos in Chilika lagoon/Suman Mishra, Anita Chakraborty, A.K. Das and B.C. Jha. 11. A study on diversity and distribution of scleractinian corals in middle Andaman, India/Koushik Sadhukhan and C. Raghunathan. 12. Study of zooplankton and aquatic organisms from domestic waste water from Medad Tal, Baramati, Pune, Maharashtra and its socio-economic importance/Sadhana Deshpande, Jyoti Kulkarni, and Tanaj Kashid. 13. Seri-biodiversity conservation and its utilisation for economic sustainability of farmers/Afifa S. Kamili. 14. Seri-biodiversity conservation in Indian with relation to human welfare/A.K. Srivastava, P.K. Kar, M.K. Sinha and B.C. Prasad. 15. Biodiversity of Eri silkworms, host plants strategy for exploitation of available castor foliage in Uttar Pradehs/A.A. Siddiqui and H.C. Mani. 16. Biodiversity of order Odonata from Medad Village and its socio-economic importance/Jyoti Kulkarni, Ravindra Gaikwad and Kanchan Wagh. 17. Biodiversity of macrobenthic fauna in beel ecosystems of West Bengal and Assam/Anita Chakraborty, B.C. Jha and R.K. Bhakat. Seller Inventory # 109636

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Edited by A.K. Lal

Published by Concept (2003)

ISBN 10: 8180690520 ISBN 13: 9788180690525

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About this Item: Concept, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. Introduction. I. Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak : a sociologist and his mission: Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak : a sociologist and his mission/A.K. Lal. II. State and society: 1. Social exclusion: historical, institutional and ideological dimensions/Rajni Kothari. 2. Managing multiplicity: the insider-outsider duality/Yogesh Atal. 3. Dalits and recent attacks on the minorities/Walter Fernandes. 4. Social inequality, Dalit identity and Dr. B.R. Ambedkar/K.L. Sharma. 5. Globalization and the poor: tribal problematique/S. Tripathi. 6. Caring for the exploited/Jose Kananaikil. 7. Restructuring Indian society: problems and prospects/R.G. Singh. 8. The making of civil society/B. Devi Prasad. 9. Reducing social exclusion through social intervention/R.R. Singh. 10. Quest for development with security and peace unlocking new avenues through education/Vijay Kumar. 11. The tensions in Indian society and the future of our education/Hetukar Jha. III. Exterior and intermedate: 12. Social exclusion: concept, meaning and scope/R.R. Prasad. 13. Other backward classes and social change/A.K. Lal. 14. Social exclusion of Dalits agony and assertion of an outcasted community/Prakash Louis. 15. Protective discrimination in the Constitution of India/B.N. Srivastava. 16. Efficacy of law as an instrument of social change: a case of untouchability/K.D. Gangrade. 17. Unravelling the dynamics of Dalit oppression/S.P. Srivastava. 18. Mobility among the Scheduled Castes of Andhra Pradesh: a sociological perspective/N. Sudhakar Rao. 19. Untouchable to touchable: tale of a subaltern challenge/Somen Chakraborty. 20. National Scheme of Liberation and Rehabilitation of Scavengers and their Dependents [NSLRSD]: a failure of conceptualization/Pamela Singla. 21. Consequences of occupational mobility among scavengers/S.N. Chaudhary. 22. The Akhil Bhartia Safai Mazdoor Congress: formation and organigation/Shyam Lal. 23. Problems in empowerment of Dalits/A.K. Lal. 24. Gandhi, Ambedkar and the Dalits: retrospects and prospects/Nandu Ram. 25. Babasaheb Ambedkar and Karl Marx: a comparative exposition/Jag Mohan Singh Verma. 26. Diamensions of reorganization of states: a study of Jharkhand/Vananchal/Jitendra Narayan. Vol. II: IV. Environment and rural development: 27. Sustainable development and the quality of life in village India/Sachchidananda. 28. Service delivery system and challenges of poverty eradication and rural development: evidences from North Bihar/D.M. Diwakar. 29. Sustainable development: a case study of Chakriya Vikas Pranali/Sachchidananda. 30. Models of rural development in Bangladesh/V.S. Upadhyay and R.U. Ahmed. 31. Land reforms: a Dalitist perspective with reference to Bihar/Jagdish Prasad. 32. Democratic decentralization in India: towards nation building efforts/S.K. Singh. 33. Cultural frontiers of environment: a viewpoint/S.K. Chandhoke. V. Urban development and regional planning: 34. Urbanization, urban problems and urban planning/J.V. Raghavender Rao. 35. Cultural aspects of urban decay: sociological reflections/Yogendra Singh. 36. Population and environment: issues and challenges/Satish K. Sharma. 37. Regional planning for national development/Bakshi D. Sinha. VI. Women and child issues: 38. Hindu women in history and today/C. Lakshmanna. 39. Economic discrimination against women in India/Shahid Ashraf. 40. Caring for the weakest: juvenile and neglected children in Bihar and Orissa/A.C. Sinha. 41. Elimination of child labour: governmental-non-governmental effort needed/Nadeem Mohsin. VII. Social sciences for social development: 42. Social development meaning, concept and its contribution/R.R. Prasad. 43. Social science: quest for relevant research/Rajeshwar Prasad. 44. Participatory research for social action in India/D. Sundaram. Index. "The festschrift in honour of Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, the inaugural figure of sanitation movement in India, seeks to continue the dialogue on possibilities and constraints of change in a social se. Seller Inventory # 49545

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A Henry and D Kumar

Published by Scientific, Jodhpur (2005)

ISBN 10: 8172334079 ISBN 13: 9788172334079

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About this Item: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Selection in M2 generation of horse gram (Macrotyloma uniflorum) through participatory plant breeding/Manigopa Chakraborty J. Ghosh D.N. Singh D.S. Virk and S.C. Prasad. 2. Correlation and path analysis for symbiotic improvement in Vigna species/Praveen Singh Manigopa Chakraborty and D.N. Singh. 3. Effect of seed rate and row spacing on yield of Kharif green gram/I.C. Patel M.M. Patel A.G. Patel and S.B.S. Tikka. 4. Effect of cultivars nutrient management and mulching on the production potentiality of chick pea under water harvesting condition of arid zone/M.A. Khan and Raj Singh. 5. Effect of density of Prosopis cineraria on nutrient and moisture availability to clusterbean in arid environment/B.M. Sharma and J.C. Tarafdar. 6. Breeding cowpea varieties for arid and semi arid agro zones/D.D. Saini and S.P.S. Chaudhary. 7. Role of arid legumes in P mobilization from plant unavailable sources/J.C. Tarafdar R.S. Yadav and B.M. Sharma. 8. Genetic divergence in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp.)/K.C. Kumawat and R.S. Raje. 9. Response of cultivars and weed management practices on the weeds and yield of moth bean/Raj Singh and Bhagwan Singh. 10. Population built up and quantitative losses due to Callosobruchus maculatus F. (Coleoptera Bruchidae) with special reference to its oviposition behaviour and bio efficacy of different oils as seed protectants against pulse beetle/Satya Vir. 11. Influence of low light on growth yield and nitrogen metabolism of moth bean (Vigna aconitifolia (Jacq.) Marechal.)/S.P. Vyas. 12. Acceptability palatability and utilization of clusterbean and dew bean fodder v/s buffel grass in sheep/B.K. Mathur A.K. Patel H.C. Bohra A.C. Mathur and S.K. Kaushish. 13. Expression of powdery mildew (Erysiphe polygoni) and relative field control by dinocap in different mung bean cultivars/Arun Kumar S.K. Verma and A. Henry. 14. Association analysis in cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.]/K.C. Kumawat and R.S. Raje. 15. Compound growth rate of area production and productivity of pulses (moth bean cowpea and mung bean) in arid districts of Rajasthan/B.K. Mathur and A. Henry. 16. Trend of guar seed production in arid districts of Rajasthan vis a vis Rajasthan and India and export of guar gum/B.K. Mathur and A. Henry. 17. Comparing sensitivity of different methods of available soil N estimation for reflecting N enrichment by clusterbean and mung bean and depletion by pearl millet/Praveen Kumar and Uday Burman. 18. Physiological aspects of drought tolerance in clusterbean and strategies for yield improvement under arid conditions/B.K. Garg U. Burman and S. Kathju. 19. Performance of kharif legumes in different soil types of Salodi watershed Jodhpur district Rajasthan/M. Patidar Balak Ram M.P. Singh and A.S. Rao. 20. Pulse consumption patterns in north western hot arid region of India/Pratibha Tewari Nidhi Shekhawat and Sanju Choudhary. 21. Creating genetic variability for economic traits in cowpea through induced mutagenesis/S.K. Mishra B.B. Singh Daya Chand K.N. Meena and D.C. Choudhary. 22. Sources for high temperature tolerant germplasm in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp.)/S.K. Mishra B.B. Singh Daya Chand and K.N. Meena. 23. Phenotypic stability for seed yield and yield attributing traits in clusterbean [Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub.]/S.P.S. Chaudhary D.D. Saini R.V. Singh O.P. Khedar and Jabar Singh. 24. Stability for seed yield influencing traits in clusterbean [Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub.]/S.P.S. Chaudhary R.V. Singh N.P. Singh and O.P. Khedar. 25. Divergence studies in clusterbean [Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub.]/Jabar Singh S.P.S. Chaudhary R.V. Singh N.P. Singh and D.D. Saini. 26. Varietal divergence in clusterbean/N.P. Singh Jabar Singh R.V. Singh and S.P.S. Chaudhary. 27. Variability and correlation among quantitative characters in clusterbean/N.P. Singh R.V. Singh S.P.S. Chaudhary and Jabar Singh. 28. Genetic divergence in clusterbean [Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub.]/R.V. Singh. Seller Inventory # 56096

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A Kumar; C Bohra and L K Singh

Published by APH (2003)

ISBN 10: 8176484199 ISBN 13: 9788176484190

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About this Item: APH, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Preface. 1. Investigation on primary productivity and energy structure of a thermal spring/Arvind Kumar. 2. Environmentally safe disposal of waste waters/A. Solaimalai, M. Baskar and P.T Ramesh. 3. Environmental impact studies of chrome rollers used by Cotton Ginning Industries and design and development of chrome less RCF roller/G. Vijayan Iyer and Gurdeep Singh. 4. Environmental monitoring with special emphasis on biomonitoring-a prerequisite for sustainable environmental management: a case study in Dwarkeswar river of South West Bengal, India/P. Pradhan, S.S. Mishra, R. Majumdar and S.K. Chakraborty. 5. Investigation on air pollution for fine dust and toxic metals in Kochi City/D.G. Gajghate, Shruti Jain and M.Z. Hasan. 6. Profiles of enzyme activity during different stages in Lampito mauritii (Kinberg) and Eudrilus eugeniae ( Kinberg) reared on various substrates/K. Parthasarathi and L.S. Ranganathan. 7. Problems and prospects of dairying in Punjab/Sukhpal Singh and A.P.S. Dhaliwal. 8. Water quality modelling-a review/M. Chandra Sekhar and N.V. Umamahesh. 9. Comparative study of methods for extraction and quantification of atrazine from soil/G.C. Satisha, T.V.R. Prasad, R. Devendra and R.C. Gowda. 10. Adsorption studies of Cd(II) on polymer grafted sawdust/D.K. Singh, S.K. Garg and R.K. Bharadwaj. 11. Histopathological changes in the intestine of Labeo rohita with respect to accumulation and elimination of inorganic and Methyl Mercury/P.V. Paulose. 12. Microzooplankton in Ennore mangrove waters/R. Ramanibai and N. Kannan. 604 pp. Seller Inventory # 45169

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U. Behera,A.R. Sharma

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Recent researches on resource conserving techniques have provided exciting opportunities for improving input-use-efficiency, productivity and sustainability. These techniques include: zero tillage, minimum tillage, rotary tillage, bed planting, surface seeding, laser land leveling, pressurized irrigation systems, system of rice intensification, aerobic rice, soil solarization, residue management, site-specific nutrient management, crop diversification, precision farming emplo-ying use of modern tools and procedures etc. Adoption of these techniques is the need of the hour as a method of `low-input agriculture` to reduce costs and achieve sustainability in Indian agriculture. This book provides the most updated and comprehensive information on resource conserving techniques for improving crop productivity. The text is divided into 9 sections: (i) Concept and approaches, (ii) Cropping systems and diversification, (iii) Soil use and management, (iv) Improving nutrient use efficiency, (v) Water-saving techniques, (vi) Weed dynamics and herbicide use, (vii) Energy conservation and farm machinery, (viii) Modern tools and approaches, (ix) On-farm testing and evaluation. In each section, there are chapters on specific topics, contributed by eminent scientists, who made notable research contributions in their field of specialization. The chapters have been thoroughly edited and presented in an easily understandable manner. Contents: I. CONCEPT AND APPROACHES 1 Resource Conserving Techniques for Improving Input-use Efficiency and Crop Productivity - A.R. SHARMA AND U.K. BEHERA 2 Conservation Agriculture - Problems and Prospects in Indian Context - SURAJ BHAN 3 Resource Conserving Technologies in Hill Farming Systems - C.L. ACHARYA 4 Biodiversity for Soil Health and Efficient Resource Utilization - ASHOK K. PATRA 5 Quality Seed for Agricultural Prosperity - B.B. PATTANAIK II. CROPPING SYSTEMS AND DIVERSIFICATION 6 Resource Conserving Technologies for Sustainability of Rice-Wheat System - R.K. SHARMA 7 Resource Management in Maize-based Cropping Systems - SAIN DASS, M.L. JAT AND K.P. SINGH 8 Resource Conserving Techniques in Sugarcane-based Cropping System - R.L. YADAV AND S.K. SHUKLA 9 Resource Conservation and Management for Sustainable Oilseed Production - D.M. HEGDE AND S.N. SUDHAKARA BABU 10 Sustainability of Small Farm Diversification with Reference to Eastern India - I.C. MAHAPATRA 11 Resource Conserving Techniques in Fruit Crops - R.R. SHARMA 12 Diversification through Vegetable Cultivation - A.S. SIDHU III. SOIL USE AND MANAGEMENT 13 Carbon Sequestration and Agricultural Production in India - R.K. RATTAN AND S.P. DATTA 14 Crop Residue Management for Improving Soil and Crop Productivity - YADVINDER-SINGH 15 Resource Conserving Technologies and Soil Physical Environment - R.K. TOMAR, R.N. SAHOO, R.N. GARG, V.K. GUPTA, D. CHAKRABORTY, NAVEEN KALRA IV. IMPROVING NUTRIENT-USE EFFICIENCY 16 Options for Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency - H. PATHAK AND J.K. LADHA 17 Strategies for Efficient NPK Management - RAJENDRA PRASAD 18 Site-Specific Nutrient Management for Sustained Higher Productivity - S.K. SHARMA 19 Resource Conserving Techniques for Improving Nutrient-Use Efficiency - Y.S. SHIVAY 20 Nutrient Management for Sustaining Crop Production in Salt-affected Soils - ANAND SWARUP 21 Deficiency and Management of Micronutrients for Sustainable Crop Production - S.P. DATTA AND R.K. RATTAN V. WATER SAVING TECHNOLOGIES 22 Rainwater Harvesting in Hill Farming - P.K. GHOSH 23 Irrigation Scheduling to Crops under Adequate and Limited Water Supplies - SUBEDAR SINGH 24 System of Rice Intensification for Enhancing Rice Yield and Water Economy - DINESH KUMAR 25 Sustainable Use of Saline and Alkali Waters for Irrigation - P.S. MINHAS 26 Pressurized Irrigation Systems for Efficient Water Use - T.B.S. RAJPUT 27 Printed Pages: 523. Seller Inventory # 66447

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U. Behera,A.R. Sharma

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Recent researches on resource conserving techniques have provided exciting opportunities for improving input-use-efficiency, productivity and sustainability. These techniques include: zero tillage, minimum tillage, rotary tillage, bed planting, surface seeding, laser land leveling, pressurized irrigation systems, system of rice intensification, aerobic rice, soil solarization, residue management, site-specific nutrient management, crop diversification, precision farming emplo-ying use of modern tools and procedures etc. Adoption of these techniques is the need of the hour as a method of `low-input agriculture` to reduce costs and achieve sustainability in Indian agriculture. This book provides the most updated and comprehensive information on resource conserving techniques for improving crop productivity. The text is divided into 9 sections: (i) Concept and approaches, (ii) Cropping systems and diversification, (iii) Soil use and management, (iv) Improving nutrient use efficiency, (v) Water-saving techniques, (vi) Weed dynamics and herbicide use, (vii) Energy conservation and farm machinery, (viii) Modern tools and approaches, (ix) On-farm testing and evaluation. In each section, there are chapters on specific topics, contributed by eminent scientists, who made notable research contributions in their field of specialization. The chapters have been thoroughly edited and presented in an easily understandable manner. Contents: I. CONCEPT AND APPROACHES 1 Resource Conserving Techniques for Improving Input-use Efficiency and Crop Productivity - A.R. SHARMA AND U.K. BEHERA 2 Conservation Agriculture - Problems and Prospects in Indian Context - SURAJ BHAN 3 Resource Conserving Technologies in Hill Farming Systems - C.L. ACHARYA 4 Biodiversity for Soil Health and Efficient Resource Utilization - ASHOK K. PATRA 5 Quality Seed for Agricultural Prosperity - B.B. PATTANAIK II. CROPPING SYSTEMS AND DIVERSIFICATION 6 Resource Conserving Technologies for Sustainability of Rice-Wheat System - R.K. SHARMA 7 Resource Management in Maize-based Cropping Systems - SAIN DASS, M.L. JAT AND K.P. SINGH 8 Resource Conserving Techniques in Sugarcane-based Cropping System - R.L. YADAV AND S.K. SHUKLA 9 Resource Conservation and Management for Sustainable Oilseed Production - D.M. HEGDE AND S.N. SUDHAKARA BABU 10 Sustainability of Small Farm Diversification with Reference to Eastern India - I.C. MAHAPATRA 11 Resource Conserving Techniques in Fruit Crops - R.R. SHARMA 12 Diversification through Vegetable Cultivation - A.S. SIDHU III. SOIL USE AND MANAGEMENT 13 Carbon Sequestration and Agricultural Production in India - R.K. RATTAN AND S.P. DATTA 14 Crop Residue Management for Improving Soil and Crop Productivity - YADVINDER-SINGH 15 Resource Conserving Technologies and Soil Physical Environment - R.K. TOMAR, R.N. SAHOO, R.N. GARG, V.K. GUPTA, D. CHAKRABORTY, NAVEEN KALRA IV. IMPROVING NUTRIENT-USE EFFICIENCY 16 Options for Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency - H. PATHAK AND J.K. LADHA 17 Strategies for Efficient NPK Management - RAJENDRA PRASAD 18 Site-Specific Nutrient Management for Sustained Higher Productivity - S.K. SHARMA 19 Resource Conserving Techniques for Improving Nutrient-Use Efficiency - Y.S. SHIVAY 20 Nutrient Management for Sustaining Crop Production in Salt-affected Soils - ANAND SWARUP 21 Deficiency and Management of Micronutrients for Sustainable Crop Production - S.P. DATTA AND R.K. RATTAN V. WATER SAVING TECHNOLOGIES 22 Rainwater Harvesting in Hill Farming - P.K. GHOSH 23 Irrigation Scheduling to Crops under Adequate and Limited Water Supplies - SUBEDAR SINGH 24 System of Rice Intensification for Enhancing Rice Yield and Water Economy - DINESH KUMAR 25 Sustainable Use of Saline and Alkali Waters for Irrigation - P.S. MINHAS 26 Pressurized Irrigation Systems for Efficient Water Use - T.B.S. RAJPUT 27 Printed Pages: 523. Seller Inventory # 66447

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B N Pandey and P N Panday

Published by Narendra Pub, Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Narendra Pub, Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. European Eel still a mystery of the natural history/V.R.P. Sinha. 2. Challenging food security in India aquaculture a viable option/Shyam S. Salim. 3. Indian fisheries as a tool for nutritional security poverty alleviation and employment/B.N. Pandey. 4. Advances in freshwater aquaculture/N. Sarangi. 5. Fisheries development in North Eastern states/M. Sinha. 6. Breeding of Indian major carps an overview/S.K. Sarkar and S.C. Rath. 7. Selective breeding and development of a genetically improved Rohu the Jayanti Rohu/Ambedkar E. Eknath Kanta Das Mahapatra Jatendra N. Saha and Binod K. Chaudhary. 8. Freshwater pearl farming/Kuldip Kumar Gayatri Mishra Utkal Laxmi Mohanty and Joy Krushna Jena. 9. Breeding and culture of ornamental fishes in India an emerging cottage industry/S.K. Swain and N.K. Barik. 10. Microbes in aquaculture/S. Ayyappan. 11. Aquaculture public concerns and sustainable practices/T.T. George and V.R.P. Sinha. 12. Man made modifications of rivers and their effect on its fishery/M. Sinha. 13. Inland fisheries enhancements/V.V. Sugunan. 14. Inland water pollution and algal bio indicator a review/M.K. Bandyopadhyay and B.C. Jha. 15. Bioindicators for surveillance of the status of Indian aquatic pollution and toxicity/K.K. Vass and S. Samanta. 16. Eutrophication and succession of biota in inland aquatic ecosystem/B.C. Jha and Anita Chakraborty. 17. New approach to aquatic biodiversity conservation at NBFGR Lucknow/W.S. Lakra and K.K. Lal. 18. Conservation of marine faunal diversity in India an overview/R. Soundararajan and W.S. Lakra. 19. Marine faunal biodiversity of Maharashtra and Gujarat Coast and conservation strategies/Dilip Kumar and Geetanjali Deshmukhe. 20. Current status of biotechnology in Karnataka/Geetha Bali. 21. Prebiotics and probities microflora for mankind an overview/G.R. Bharawadkar and G.K. Kulkarni. 22. Corpuscles of Stannius of air breathing teleosts ultrastructure and cellular composition/M. Firoz Ahmod Abdul Salim N.S. Sen and N.V.A. Rao. 23. Melatonin the nature's own antioxidant/Amitab Hore. 24. A quantitative study on food consumption and larval growth of Sarihan ecorace of Antheraea mylitta Drury/R.B. Sinha and P.N. Pandey. 25. Derelict Pedosphere ecosystem and soil arthropods a case study of Bermo coalfield area of Jharkhand/B.K. Sinha A. Hembrom M. Mahto P.N. Panday and D.K. Prasad. 26. Fish nutrigenomics fundamental research for understanding nutrient gene interactions and fish nutrition/P.P. Srivastava and W.S. Lakra. 27. Carotenoids pigments in freshwater fish types of Carotenoids and their metabolic transformation into Vitamin A/Umesh C. Goswami. 360 pp. Seller Inventory # 73301

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Ramesh Chandra and S K Singh

Published by Westville, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Westville, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Contributors. 1. Soil quality a general review/S.K. Singh and A.K. Ghosh. 2. Soil quality in relation to human and animal health/Ramesh Chandra Navneet Pareek and Dharmendra Singh. 3. Soil water and air quality impact on crop and human health/H. Pathak U.K. Singh and S. Mohanty. 4. A paradigm for soil resilience/Anand Prakash Singh Amitava Rakshit Priyankar Raha and Mohammad Shahid. 5. Soil quality assessment/Biswapati Mandal and S.K. Ghoshal. 6. Indicators of soil quality evaluation/R.K. Tomar D. Chakraborty V.K. Gupta R.N. Garg R.N. Sahoo N. Kalra Ramesh Chandra and S.K. Singh. 7. Microbial diversity an indicator for evaluating soil quality/Sushil K. Sharma Aketi Ramesh Mahaveer P. Sharma Anita Sharma and Om Prakash Joshi. 8. Soil health card tool for soil quality assessment/Ajaya Srivastava and Sobaran Singh. 9. Monitoring soil quality through remote sensing techniques/Ajeet Singh Nain V.K. Dadhwal and Ramesh Chandra. 10. Soil quality management in irrigated agro ecosystems/Bijay Singh and Yadvinder Singh. 11. Soil quality management in arid region of India/Sanjay K. Singh and J.C. Tarafdar. 12. Management of soil biological quality/Ramesh Chandra. 13. Carbon sequestration and soil quality/K.P. Raverkar and Navneet Pareek. 14. Long term effect of nutrient management on soil quality and crop productivity/Alok Kumar. 15. Impact of agro chemicals on soil health/Rajib Karmakar Amitava Rakshit and Kaushik Banerjee. 16. Management of crop residues for improving soil quality and crop production/B.S. Sidhu N. Rani and V. Beri. 17. Recycling of farm rural urban and industrial wastes for sustainability in soil quality and crop production/Mohan Singh. 18. Potential of biofertilizers in soil quality improvement/M. Thangaraju and S. Gunasekaran. 19. Soil quality for engineering use/N.G. Patil and Jagdish Prasad. Soil is important gift of nature to humankind. It is important not only for the production of food and fibre but also for maintenance of health of living beings environment and ground water quality. For modern society soil is more important than ever before because soil resources of the world are finite non renewable over the human time frame and is liable to misuse and mismanagement. Soil resources are shrinking all over the world through several soil degradation process such as loss of organic matter erosion desertification salinization water logging etc. and competitive use of soil for urbanization and industrialization. Agricultural technologies that led to Green Revolution resulted in the degradation of soil resources owing to over exploitation under intensive cultivation coupled with mismanagement. This book is an attempt to compile the information on concept indicators evaluation and monitoring of soil quality. It also embodies information on current technology status for management and improving the soil quality under different agro ecosystems. The chapters of the book have been contributed by eminent scientists engaged in basic and applied research in soil science. 380 pp. Seller Inventory # 75095

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S.K. Gupta and Monica Sharma

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Role of cultural practices in plant disease management/S K Gupta and Sapna Devi. 2. Compost: managing soil borne plant pathogens/Manish Mathur, Ritu Mawar and Satish Lodha. 3. Biological control of plant diseases/S K Gupta, A K Gupta, Neeraj Sharma and Durga Parasad. 4. PGPR: Their Role in Plant Growth and Disease Management/Rishi Mahajan and C.K. Shirkot. 5. Management of crown gall in stone fruits in the realm of biological control/A K Gupta, Sapna Devi and Rishi Mahajan. 6. AM fungi and their role in plant disease management/Narender K Bharat and Parveen Mehta. 7. Citrus decline in Darjeeling hills and potential microorganisms for its management/B N Chakraborty, U Chakraborty, K Rai, S Allay and U De. 8. Plant disease resistance : concepts/R. K. Dogra, Naval Kishore and K. Kumar. 9. Acquired Resistance in plants/Jagdish Kumar. 10. Genetics of resistance to Apple Scab: new insights/K. Kumar, R.Kaur, Nirmal Sharma and Dinesh Singh. 11. Biotechnological approaches for the plant disease management/Monica Sharma and Sapna Devi. 12. Molecular markers in plant disease management/Monica Sharma. 13. Fungicides in plant disease management/T S Thind. 14. Monitored control strategies for apple scab/Vijay Singh Thakur. 15. Rational use of fungicides in the management of vegetable diseases/T S Thind and S K Gupta. 16. Integrated disease management: retrospect and prospect /Mamta Sharma, S K Gupta and Suresh Pande. 17. Integrated managment of wilt complex in scented geranium /D. Prasad and K.P. Singh. 18. Integrated management of pea powdery mildew/Om Gupta, Usha Bhale, Madhuri Mishra and S.P. Tiwari. 19. Integrated management of fungal diseases of pome and stone fruit nurseries/Satish K. Sharma and Jitender Kumar. 20. Plant viruses : causes of plant diseases and their management/Awadhesh Kumar Pal. 21. Protected cultivation, nematode problems and their management/R. K. Walia and Kum Kum Walia. 22. Climate variables and their impact on plant diseases: Retrospect and prospect /Suresh Pande and Mamta Sharma. The book on “Approaches and Trends in Plant Disease Management” takes stock of the present status of research in plant disease management technologies viz., host resistance, cultural practices, biological, molecular, biotechnological approaches and chemical methods. Besides these, chapters on protected cultivation, nematode problems and their management, climate variables and their impact on plant diseases: retrospect and prospect and rational use of fungicides have also been included. The book will cater to the needs of not only students, teachers, researchers and extension workers but also of elite growers. Seller Inventory # 112969

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Pradeep Chaturvedi (Ed.)

Published by Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd. (2005)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. About the Institutions Safety and Quality Forum Safety and Quality Forum (SQF) set up by the Institution of Engineers (India) in October 2003, aims to promote and propagate various aspects of safety and quality in different engineering sectors, through networking mechanism. Besides facilitating exchange of ideas and opinion pertaining to safety and quality, it endeavours to promote awareness about them in engineering operations; assist governments and municipal bodies in framing and enforcing rules and codes for safety and quality management systems; develop courses, syllabi and course materials for Safety Engineering, Quality Management and Reliability Engineering; organise seminars, conferences and workshops; and collaborate with educational institutions and industry to promote the concept of quality and safety. Its head office is based at the Delhi State Centre. Quality Council of India Quality Council of India (QCI) an autonomous non-profit organisation of the Government of India and the Indian Industry, is given the task of establishing an Accreditation Structure in the country. Represented by the three premier industry associations, Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), the QCI aims to provide right and unbiased information on quality and related standards; spread quality movement in the country; facilitate upgradation of equipment and techniques related to quality; represent India\`s interests in international forums; and help establish brand equity of Indian products and services. To achieve these objectives, the Quality Council of India had five organs, namely, National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies; National Registration Board for Personnel and Training; National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories; National Quality Campaign; and Quality Information and Enquiry Service. Content : Content VOLUME TWO 1. Safety Management: More Than Just a System/ J.S. Ahluwalia 2. Safety: Significance in Defence Works/ Lt. Gen. Ranjit Singh 3. Safety Management in Railways/ R.S. Grover 4. Reconstruction After Tsunamiâ€"Turning Adversity in to Opportunity/ Anand S. Arya 5. Safety in Mines/ N.N. Gautam 6. Disaster Management and Mitigation in Respect of Urban Slums/ B. Majumdar, D.S. Sachdev and Sanjeev Kulshrestha 7. Safety and Hazard Control in CIL Mines/ L. Jha 8. Write up from ONGC/ P.K. Sikdar 9. Endeavour for Safer World: Initiatives of the Institution of Engineers (India)/ P.B. Vijay 10. Design Addressing Safety Concerns/ S.S. Chakraborty 11. Safety After Tsunami/ K. Srinivasan 12. Safe Construction Practices in Building Industry/ V.K. Mathur 13. Safety Management in NTPC/ Mathura Prasad 14. Safety Management in Hydroelectric Power Plants/ H.V.S. Rudrappa 15. Our Experience in Implementing Safety and Quality in NTTF: Theory and Practice / M.P. Chowdiah 16. Tsunami Alert System: An Innovative Approach/ N.D. Kaushika and Pradeep Chaturvedi 17. Challenges to Fire Services in Modern Metro Cities/ R.C. Sharma 18. BHEL Where Safety is a Passion/ O.P. Bhutani 19. Report/Recommendations Printed Pages: 700. Seller Inventory # 40419

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