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K C Gupta

Published by Aditya Prakashan (2004)

ISBN 10: 8177420577 ISBN 13: 9788177420579

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About this Item: Aditya Prakashan, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents Introduction. 1. Origin and development of Bhakti movement. 2. The life and works of Garib Das. 3. Political and social conditions. 4. Philosophy and religion of Garib Das. 5. Influence of Kabir on Garib Das. 6. Influence of Adi Grantha on Garib Das. 7. Language of Garib Das. 8. Poetry of Garib Das. 9. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index. About fifty years ago medieval saints were dismissed by Indian pundits as illiterate poets whose writings were not worth studying from the point of view of literature. But the translation of Kabir's poems by Rabindra Nath Tagore suddenly aroused a deep academic interest in the writings of these saint poets. Garib Das of Rohtak District founder of the Garib Dasi sect writes Dr. Mohan Singh May be considered as the last of the Hindu Raj Yogis and Bhakta poets who had as great a mastery of popular poetic language and style as Ghulam Farid had but whose knowledge of other Indian languages was greater than that of any other poet of medieval India the only poet who comes near to him being Shah Qayam Din Chisti of Kari Goan in Bombay. His padas according to Dr. Ram Kumar Verma exceed 17 000. According to Swami Chetan Das the total number of his padas is about 18 500. No other saint poet of medieval India has written in such abundance and on so many facets of spiritual life. Shri Garib Das was a true saint in he sense that the never tried to win favour of kings and rulers. He never sought the patronage of any court. During his life time many invasions and upheavals took place. One king after another was toppled. But we do not find a single reference to events to which he was almost an eye witness. This is the first authentic and critical work ever published on the life and works of Sri Garib Das. The author Dr. K.C. Gupta was attracted towards Garib Das when he attended some satsangas in the company of his father who was a great devotee of the Saint. His literary interest in the writings of Garib Das was aroused after he had passed his M.A. in Punjabi from the Punjab University in the year 1951. This book discusses in depth and detail not only the mysticism and philosophy of Garib Das but also his language and poetry in all their richness and range. Chapters on the broad stream of the Bhakti movement and the social and political conditions of Garib Das life time place the saint in a proper spiritual as well as historical context. 216 pp. Seller Inventory # 53894

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C Musili

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ISBN 10: 8185931364 ISBN 13: 9788185931364

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About this Item: Hindustan Book Agency. Hardbound. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. I. Algebra: 1. Products of ideals with linear resolution/A. Conca. 2. Some results on affine fibrations/A.K. Dutta. 3. Koszul algebras and modules/Jurgen Herzog. 4. Local cohomology modules of bigraded rees algebras/A.V. Jayanthan and J.K. Verma. 5. Quadratic forms over complete local rings/Manuel Ojanguren and Raman Parimala. 6. Representations of rank two Affine Hecke algebras/Arun Ram. 7. Gorenstein sequences/Hema Srinivasan. 8. The u-invariant of the function fields of p- adic curves/V. Suresh. II. Geometry: 9. Geometry and Galois theory/S.S. Abhyankar. 10. Semistable principal bundles/V. Balaji. 11. Ramification of valuations and singularities/S.D. Cutkosky. 12. Homogeneous rings associated to finite morphisms/F.J. Gallego and B.P. Purnaprajna. 13. On Mumford's result and related question/R.V. Gurjar. 14. Complete intersection of certain monomial curves/A.K. Maloo and I. Sengupta. 15. Vector bundles on projective spaces/N. Mohan Kumar. 16. Nef and big vector bundles/D.S. Nagaraj. III. Noncommutative geometry: 17. The rings of noncommutative projective geometry/D.S. Keeler. IV. Computational geometry:18. An exterior view of modules and sheaves/D. Eisenbud. 19. Braid word problem via the fundamental group/S. Kaplan and M. Teicher. 20. Complexity theory, P vs, NP, and explicit obstructions/K. Mulmuley and M. Sohoni. 21. Some topics in computational algebraic geometry/F.O. Schreyer. 22. Methods for computing normalisations of affine rings/A. Taylor.No. 30879 309 pp. Seller Inventory # 46678

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Ram Mohan Verma

Published by Vista, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 818952626X ISBN 13: 9788189526269

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About this Item: Vista, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Democracy in a globalised world. 3. E Governance. 4. E democracy. 5. Functions of electronic parliaments. 6. Promoting democracy in a changing world. Bibliography. Index. The world order is rapidly changing due to global structures of production trade and communication it is often contended. Increasingly the world is becoming one through the revolution in telecommunication in transportation and in the formation of global financial markets. Today the world is more democratic than ever before and the processes of democratization and good governance are gathering momentum both within individual countries and in international relations. With the advent new information and communication technologies (ICTs) extensive changes have occurred in the world. ICTs influence the evolution of society and as a consequence the nature of government. It hold the potential to bring about revolutionary change in the concept of governance and alter current views of democracy society and public administration. This book explores the impact of globalisation and ICTs on democracy and governance and the ways in which governments approach the new changes. It analyses the development of e governance e democracy and the functions of electronic parliaments. It also highlights the importance of promoting democracy in this changing world. This work will be a valuable reference tool for diplomats policy makers politicians researchers and students of the third millennium. 214 pp. Seller Inventory # 57156

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R Sudarshan; S Ravi Prakash and M Subrahmanya Sarma

Published by New Century Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8177081489 ISBN 13: 9788177081480

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About this Item: New Century Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Conceptual issues in retail equity and retail loyalty/A. Suryanarayana. 2. Torrential forces in Indian modern retailing/S. Ravi Prakash and G. Rathnakar. 3. Role of information technology in Indian retailing/D. Harikanth and B. Raj Kumar. 4. Consumerism and retailing in India/C.J.S. Prasad and D. Raghunatha Reddy. 5. Retail banking strategies and perspectives/M. Subrahamanya Sarma and N. Kusuma. 6. Problems and prospects of retailing in India/M. Prabhakar Reddy. 7. Customer retention in the retail industry/T. Suchitra Rani and Dhanya Menon. 8. Emerging trends in Indian retail market/M.S.R. Seshagiri and P. Pinakapani. 9. Recent trends in the retail sector/Priya Deshpande and M. Nalini. 10. Revolutionary trends in the Indian retail sector/A. Suryanarayana and Smitha Sambrani. 11. Role of FDI in retail sector of India/Mohd. Mujahed Ali and Shaik Masood. 12. Indian retail industry trends and challenges/G. Deepika and Sowmya Katyayini. 13. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail sector/P. Krishnama Chary Satyanarayana and Srikanth Verma. 14. Organised vs. Unorgasnised retailing/B. Srinivas Raj and K. Krishna Reddy. 15. Emerging retail revolution issues and implications/A. Sathish Babu and D. Guna Sankar. 16. Growth of retailing in India a diagnostic analysis/K. Rama Mohana Rao. 17. E tailing practices in Bangalore metropolitan Area/Jai Raj Nair. 18. Growth drivers in Indian retailing/C. Ram Mohan and Satyanarayana. 19. Retail markets in India opportunities and challenges/V. Krishna Mohan and V.V. Vara Prasad. 20. Problems and prospects of Indian retailing/R. Sudarshan and Syeda Parveen. Index. Indian retail business is undergoing dramatic transformation. The retail sector employs about 8 per cent of the country's workforce and is characterized by a high degree of fragmentation with over 5 million outlets. Due to their small size Indian retailers have very little bargaining power vis a vis manufacturers unlike in the case of retailers in developed countries. The corner grocer or the Kirana store is a key element in the retail business in India due to the housewife's unwillingness to go long distances for purchasing daily needs. In the emerging scenario traditional formats of retailing (like hawkers grocers and paan shops) are now co existing with modern formats like supermarkets and non store retailing channels such as multi level marketing and teleshopping. The structure of a country's retail sector has an enormous influence on marketing strategy and marketing activities of firms. The Indian retail sector has arrived at a very critical stage. Stores in modern formats have emerged in the metropolitan cities but the bulk of the retail Sales still take place through traditional retail formats. The development of modern retailing is of great interest to marketing scholars practitioners and policy makers. The emergence of new formats of retailing has attracted the attention of government functionaries company managers and economic analysts. This book analyses the developments in retailing in India. It consists of 20 papers authored by scholars in the field. This work will appeal to all categories of readers particularly students of business management economics and commerce company executives government officials and Non Governmental Organisations monitoring developments in the Indian economy. 264 pp. Seller Inventory # 64699

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Sita Ram Dube

Published by Pratibha Prakashan, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8177021036 ISBN 13: 9788177021035

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About this Item: Pratibha Prakashan, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Editorial. Acknowledgement. Vedic culture and its continuity paradigm and dimensions/Shivaji Singh. 1. The homeland of the early Rgvedic Rsis the Saraswati Basin in Haryana/S.P. Gupta. 2. River Saraswati comments on its existence/K.N. Singh. 3. Tradition of Vedic sacrifices in Rajasthan/Vibha Upadhyaya. 4. The relation of Smarata and Epic Pauranika religion with Vedic tradition/S.R. Goyal. 5. Role of the doctrines of Apaddharmas and Kalivarjyas in the transition from the Vedic to the Pauranika age/Shankar Goyal. 6. Rgveda to Puranas the continuous Astral tradition of Vedas/Mohan Gupta. 7. Continuance of the Vedic economic life/S.M. Mishra. 8. Continuity of Vedic economic thought in Global market order an overview/Neeta Tapan. 9. Vedic culture and the theory of Karma/Anjana Pandey. 10. Sakra in Buddhism/Ranjana Malviya. 11. The Indian origin of weekdays/T.P. Verma. 12. Contribution of the Vedic literature in solving the Naga problem in Indian history/R.K. Sharma. 13. Kumbha Mela fresh light on its origin/D.P. Dubey. 14. Sanskrit as a computer language/Sharda Sharma. Throughout the world the Vedic Culture its origin nature developmental processes and continuity have drawn the attention of Oriental and Oxidental scholars. From the very beginning of its inception the Vedic culture has been represently India's religious and spiritual ethos sacraments cultural identity and other uniqueness of its other social institutions which cannot be separated from each other because of its deep attachment with Purusarthacatustaya and Varnasrama dharma. Highlighting these developments and achievements the school of studies in Ancient Indian History Archaeology and Culture Vikram University Ujjain (M.P.) had organized a national seminar on Vedic culture and its continuity. The proceedings of the seminar are being printed in this volume which contains 14 English 37 Hindi research papers in two separate volumes. The present volume will be helpful to the readers researchers and scholars of Vedic traditions. 168 pp. Seller Inventory # 61719

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Ram Mohan Verma

Published by Vista International, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8189526790 ISBN 13: 9788189526795

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About this Item: Vista International, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Strategies and tactics of terrorism. 3. Ideology and target selection. 4. Illegal trade and organised crime. 5. Terrorism and transnational crime in Asia. 6. Hizballah and terrorism in middle east. 7. Terrorism and role of media. 8. United Nations convention against transnational organised crime. Bibliography. Index. The end of the cold war ushered in a new international security environment that can no longer be explained by the dominant security paradigms utilised by governments and analysts since World War II. Inter state conflicts have been replaced by rising occurrences of intra state violence the state as the central focus of international affairs has given way to a host of non state actors and it has become increasingly evident that the greatest threat to security emanates from the rapidly evolving phenomena of terrorism and transnational organised crime. Global terrorism and organised crime are now inextricably linked. Factors such as economic globalisation transparency of borders and the explosion of information technology have all played a part in this process. The boundary between terrorist activity and criminal activity has become increasingly blurred. Throughout the world to fuel the phenomenal increase in the scale and nature of the threat they pose the terrorists are increasingly reliant on the proceeds of organised crime. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of all the issues related with terrorism and organised crimes. It will be of interest to policymakers scholars and other individuals with professional responsibilities in the area of terrorism and security studies. 302 pp. Seller Inventory # 57108

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S B Verma

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 817629568X ISBN 13: 9788176295680

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. The girl child and status of women 1. Protecting the girl child challenges before society/Vir Bala Aggarwal. 2. Status of women/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 3. Socio economic status of women in India a critique/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 4. Socio economic status of tribal women/V.M. Rao. II. Women in Development and gender equality 5. Role of women in population stabilisation/Najma Heptulla. 6. Women in development/J. Bhagyalakshmi. 7. Gender issues in technology development and dissemination/S.S. Deshpande and N. Ali. 8. Gender equality/S.B. Verma. 9. Gender equality and development/Usha K. 10. The gender agenda/Seema Singh. 11. Careers for women in defence services/Jayanti Ghose. III. Women education and career development 12. Mahatma Gandhi and women's education/John Vergis Vilanilam. 13. Women's education and national development/K.K. Tiwari. 14. Women's education Harbinger of rural prosperity/B.L. Uniyal. 15. Women and corporate leadership/L.P. Singh. 16. Women and entrepreneurship/Biplab Moitra. 17. Rural women entrepreneurship/Swalia Bihari Verma. 18. Working women issues and problems/Neeta Anand. IV. Women empowerment 19. Self Help Groups empower rural women/T.R. Gurumoorthy. 20. Empowerment of women through literacy an innovative experiment/C. Krishna Mohan Rao and B.V.V. Bala Krishna. 21. Gender economic empowerment and rural poverty alleviation/B.K. Pattanaik. 22. Empowerment of women and marginalized groups in Panchayats/K. Siva Subrahmanyam. 23. Empowering women/Sakuntala Narasimhan. 24. Empowerment of women through rural industrialisation an Indian experience/G.K. Agrawal. 25. Role of NGO in empowerment of tribal women/M. Gurulingaiah. 26. Empowering women at work/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 27. IT for empowerment of women/Shaik N. Meer and D.U.M. Rao. 28. Empowering women through Self Help Groups experiences in experiment/T. Chiranjeevulu. V. Women and rural development 29. Women in agriculture/Souvik Ghosh. 30. Panchayats and women/Nirmala Buch. 31. Rural credit and women Self Help Groups/H.D. Dwarakanath. 32. Women in Panchayats/Prabhat Datta. 33. Women Sarpanches/Manju Panwar. 34. Women in commercial poultry/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 35. Women's role in Gram Sabha/Sakuntala Narasimhan. 36. Role of women in agriculture/Bhagirathi Dash. 37. Rural women and poverty alleviation/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 38. Tribal women's participation in farm forestry/Prakash Kashwan. 39. Role of women in forestry/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 40. Women's participation in farm and home activities/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 41. A hand that cradles can also handle the Panchayat/Hemalatha H.M. 42. Innovative initiatives for development of rural women/A.K. Jain. VI. Women and social development 43. Social security for the working class/Sharad Yadav. 44. Women self help groups kindling spirit of entrepreneurship/Bharat Dogra. 45. National Commission for women an appraisal/Leena Mehendale. 46. Women welfare and social development/B.K. Pattanaik. 47. Female headed households a study/Ranjay Vardhan. 48. All about National Commission for Women/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 49. Widows role adjustment and violence/Ram Ahuja. 50. Women in the freedom struggle invisible images/Pratibha Jain and Sangeeta Sharma. VII. Women human resource management and media 51. Media convergence possible social implications in India/Bela Trivedi and Kisha Thaker. 52. Human resource management concept and prospects/Amrita Guha. 53. Meeting communication needs of rural women/J. Bhagyalakshmi. 54. Women and media/Sujata Madhok. Bibliography. Index. There is a great upsurge in awareness about women's rights among all sections of society. The developmental programmes and policies give emphasis to improving women's social status. In spite of urbanisation and industrialisation our culture and economy are predominantly agrarian rural based. So empowering women who are the backbone of our agrarian economy is a sure path to achieve major economic gains. Our development efforts have yielded cre. Seller Inventory # 54967

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S.K. Gupta, V.P. Sharma and N.K. Sharda

Published by Indus (1998)

ISBN 10: 817387087X ISBN 13: 9788173870873

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About this Item: Indus, 1998. Contents I Introduction 1 Introduction 2 Tribal Areas and Tribes of Himachal Pradesh Some Myths and Realities by SK Gupta II Development Paradigm Appraisal and Alternatives 3 Need for Paradigm Shift for Tribal Development by BK Roy Burman 4 Redesigning the Strategy for Tribal Development in Himachal Pradesh by LR Sharma 5 Tribes of Himachal Pradesh Past Present and Future by Thakur Sen Negi III Tribal Development Administration Challenges and the Way Out 6 New Strategies in Tribal Development Administration A Case Study of Himachal Pradesh by RL Bisotra 7 Performance and Strategies for Faster Tribal Development in Himachal Pradesh by DS Thakur IV Economic Disparities Measurement and Remedies 8 Income and Employment Opportunities in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh Present Status and Challenges for Development by JP Bhati Ranveer Singh and Laiq Ram Sharma 9 Hidden Income Potential on Tribal Farms by AS Saini and KD Sharma 10 Measurement of Poverty in the Tribal Economy of Himachal Pradesh A Nutrition Plus Approach by KC Sharma V Agriculture and Forestry The Changing Scenario 11 Agricultural Development in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh Emerging Trends and Issues by Satish Kumar Sharma 12 Importance of Farm Support Lands in Tribal Regions of Himachal Pradesh by DV Singh 13 Development of Agriculture in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh Present Scenario and Future Strategies by NK Sharda and Tulsi Raman Sharma 14 Socio-Economic Profile of Kibber A Tribal Village of Spiti by CS Vaidya 15 Agricultural Development in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh A Note by VK Sharma 16 An Appraisal of Forestry Development Programmes in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh by Laiq Ram Sharma YS Negi and SC Tewari VI Environment and Sustainable Development 17 Environmental and Ecological Aspects of Hydro-Electric Power Projects in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh by SK Gupta and SP Bansal 18 Impact of Pesticidal Toxicity on Insect Pollinators in Tribal Areas of HP Some Remedial Strategies by VK Mattu 19 Socio-Eco-Economic Rehabilitation of Fragile and Marginal High Mountain Tribal Regions of Himachal PradeshThrough Seabuckthorn An Indigenous Plant Resource by Arvind Kumar Bhatt VII Demography Some Issues and Characteristics 20 Scheduled Population of Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh A Spatial Analysis by Krishna Mohan 21 Demographic Dynamics in the Trans-Himalayan Tribal Tract of Kinnaur Perspective on Socio-Economic Implications by SS Chib 22 Socio Economic and Cultural Characteristics of Tribal People of Bharmaur by Jagdish Chand Kharwal VIII Social Transformation Nature and Instruments of Change 23 Social Transformation of Gujjar Tribe of Himachal Pradesh by Gopal Singh and Kamal Manohar 24 Tribal?Non-Tribal Interaction and Conflict of Laws by Suresh Kapur 25 Tribal Development and Social Change Some Issues by DB Negi 26 Dynamics of Family Structure among Kinnauras of Himachal Pradesh Some Reflections by OP Monga 27 Academic Alienation among Tribal School Children of HP Implications for Tribal Education by BP Verma 28 Tribal Women Role of Non-Economic Factors in Development Paradigm Some Observations by Kulwinder Singh 29 Cooperatives and Tribal Development in Himachal Pradesh by Kulwant Pathania IX Tribal Customs Traditions Religion and Folk Music 30 Rahul Sankrityayan?s Kinnar Desh Mein by Kumkum Yadav 31 Tribal Myths and Legends and their Role in Development in Himachal Pradesh by BR Sharma 32 Tribal Land of Lahaul Inhabitants and their Customs and Traditions by HS Parmar 33 Musical Heritage of Kinnaur by Indrani Chakravarti 34 Cultural Heritage of the Gaddi Tribe of Himachal Pradesh by Manorama Sharma 35 Handicrafts of Kinnaur District in Himachal Pradesh by Sunil Gupta 36 The Moravian Missionaries Their Contribution to the Cause of Tribal People of Himachal Pradesh by GR Negi 37 Role of Rin chen bZang po in the Development of Buddhism by OC HandaThe present study addresses itself to the issues and concerns involved in tribal development Implic. Seller Inventory # 94478

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Ramjee Lal and H C Purohit

Published by Shree Pub, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Shree Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Foreword. List of contributors. 1. Rural development in India changing scenario/V.K. Singh. 2. Government's effort of educational/employment reservation and concessions for Tribals of India/A. Kachhap. 3. Need of horticultural entrepreneurship in Uttaranchal/Atul Dhyani and Manoj Singh. 4. Programmes of development Finance Corporations and Rural Development in India/S.K. Sinha. 5. Problems of rural market in India/Kiran Srivastava. 6. Role of ethics in acceleration of rural development/Sarita Singh. 7. Challenges and opportunities in rural marketing/Madhu Jasola. 8. Trends in rural marketing/Ajay Diwedi and Chetan Mohan. 9. Tale of tribal women migration in India/Suvashi Kachhap. 10. Poverty Alleviation and Rural Development in Perspective of Rural India/V.D. Sharma. 11. Advertising effectiveness in rural India/Jagat N. Giri and Ankit Sarin. 12. Some reflection on challenges and opportunities of rural marketing/Manisha Bhatt and S. Bhatt. 13. Regional Food Security Grids Can Assam be the future granary of North East India/Phanindra Goyri. 14. Utilization of Agrowastes as resources and its role in rural development/M.P. Singh. 15. NGOs and rural development/P.N. Ram. 16. Women empowerment through Panchayati Raj What a joke (a case study)/A.K. Singh and Shashi Singh. 17. ITCs and entrepreneurship in rural development/Sushma and Raju Maurya. 18. Information Revolution and its impact on rural development/R.P. Bajpai M.P. Upadyay and Bidyut K. Mal. 19. Planning play a vital role in rural development and management/Neetu Pathak. 20. Rural India an untapped market/Rohit Singh Mohd. Wamique Hisam and Syed Ali Arshad. 21. Micro finance as a tool for poverty alleviation/Rajni Kant Verma and Manu Umesh. 22. Contribution of micro finance in economic development of India Rashtriya Mahila Kosh/Nivedita Verma. 23. NABARD's role in rural development through non farm sector/Gurendra Nath Bhardwaj. 24. Media and community development/Anil K. Rai Ankit. 25. Voluntary movement in India since Independence a historical perspective/Ramjee Lal. 26. Marketing of agricultural produce and economic development/H.C. Purohit. Economic development is a dynamic process whereby the real per capita income of a country rises over a long period of time and distribution of justice is secured by introducing the major changes in social cultural economic technical structures popular attitudes and national institutions as well as the acceleration of economic growth the reduction of inequality and the eradication of absolute poverty and also by making the optimum use of available resources (natural human and material). Planning as experienced in difference world economies varies from one economic system to the other from time to time and region to region. Thus same type of planning cannot succeed in every country because socio economic structure of different countries widely differs from each other. Success of planning for attaining the desired aims and object greatly depends upon the type of planning chosen by the respective country. 346 pp. Seller Inventory # 66119

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S N Chaturvedi and K P Singh

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2005)

ISBN 10: 8179101193 ISBN 13: 9788179101193

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/H.Y. Mohan Ram. Preface. 1. Plant science perspectives impact of globalisation and privatisation/R.L. Paliwal. 2. Reproductive biology of some Indian trees of economic importance/Rajesh Tandon Promila Gupta V.G. Sunnichan K.R. Shivanna and H.Y. Mohan Ram. 3. Autonomous endosperm development in angiosperms/A.K. Koul Veenu Kaul and Susheel Verma. 4. In Vitro production of haploids and triploids of Mulberry/Sant S. Bhojwani and T. Dennis Thomas. 5. In Situ Pollen germination phenomenon and implications/Ranjana Dhar Namrata Sharma and A.K. Koul. 6. Pollination mechanism and pollen pistil interaction in some species of Rhododendron/C.M. Govil. 7. Starch total sugar and sugar composition at different stages of fruit development in Trichosanthes Dioica Roxb. (Cucurbitaceae)/Rajeev Rajesh A.K. Pandey and U.S. Prasad. 8. Studies on factors affecting reproductive success in Kigelia Pinnata DC (Bignoniaceae)/Anita Rana. 9. Use of synthetic detergents as chemical hybridising agents a review/Vandana Singh. 10. Reproductive biology of Campsis Grandiflora (L.) with special reference to fruitlessness/Gunjan Dhakre. 11. Pollen Allelopathy a review/Shraddha Gaur. 12. Vascular anatomy of root stem transition zone in Guizotia Abyssinica Cass./R.P. Singh. 13. Transposon diversity in rice Oryza Sativa L./Toshiro Kinoshita. 14. Calcium signalling in plants/P.M. Swamy A. Sudarsanamma and R. Usha. 15. Sex chromosomes in Rumex a brief overview/R.N. Gohil and G.M. Rathar. 16. Plant DNA fingerprinting and its applications/J.L. Karihaloo and Ambika Baldev Gaikwad. 17. Microscopic visualisation of DNA as extended DNA fibres for physical mapping/U.C. Lavania. 18. The allium test in cytotoxicity testing of environmental residues and natural substances a review/Seema Chauhan. 19. On the biomarkers of senescence in plants/Y. Vimala A.K. Sharma and R. Sharma. 20. Cytotoxic effects of elettaria cardamomum seed extract on vicia faba root meristems/Somesh Yadav and Shalini Saxena. Index. This book comprises 20 articles on reproductive and molecular biology of plants contributed by eminent botanists. Among the contributors one is a reputed scientist from Japan and another who has spent nearly three decades in Mexico as Director of CIMMYT. The wide range of articles provides valuable information on various aspects of reproductive biology of flowering plants incorporating autonomous endosperm development in vitro production of haploids and triploids in situ pollen germination pollination mechanism factors affecting reproductive success use of synthetic hybridising agents pollen allelopathy plant sciences perspective along with cell and molecular biology including transposon diversity calcium signalling sex chromosomes plant DNA fingerprinting DNA fibres cytotoxicity and biomarkers of senescence in plants. 224 pp. Seller Inventory # 56681

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S V S Chauhan; Anita Rana and Seema Chauhan

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2007)

ISBN 10: 8179101940 ISBN 13: 9788179101940

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents A brief biography of Prof. S.N. Chaurvedi. Preface. 1. Naming the genera of angiosperms/H.Y. Mohan Ram. 2. Transgenic crops in world agriculture/R.P. Sharma. 3. Important sacred herbs and their medicinal uses/P.C. Trivedi Garima Gupta and Seema Choudhary. 4. Anatomical patterns of pericarp in asteraceae/Arun K. Pandey and Aloka Kumari. 5. Bt cotton present status and future prospects/Phundan Singh and Mahendra Singh. 6. Role of floral biology in orchid industry/S.K. Chaturvedi and Shonali Chaturvedi. 7. Effect of pollen of some weeds on pollen physiology and fertilization of some crops/Shraddha Gaur S.V.S. Chauhan and Anita Rana. 8. Reproductive biology of Crataeva religiosa Forst. with special reference to floral galls iduced by an insect Neolasioptera crataevae Mani/Shashi Bala Sharma. 9. Role of biotechnology in biodiversity conservation/S. Kumar and Santosh Kumar. 10. Chromosomes in speciation and implications in plant systematics/Seshu Lavania and U.C. Lavania. 11. Methods of breaking dormancy in tree seeds/Sarika Gupta and Tribhuwan Singh. 12. Green algae from river Yamuna at Agra with special reference to some rare species/Ashesh Tiwari and S.V.S. Chauhan. 13. Studies on habitat depletion and conservation strategies of Gautam Buddha Wildlife Sanctuary Gaya (Bihar) India/Anil Kumar and D.K. Yadav. 14. Chromosome botany in the post genomic era/A.K. Koul. 15. Emerging scenario in vegetable research and development in India/Umesh Srivastava. 16. DNA fingerprinting of some mango (Mangifera indica L.) cultivars using anchored ISSR markers/Sunaina Singh J.L. Karihaloo and Ambika Baldev Gaikwad. 17. Some new make gametocides a review/S.V.S. Chauhan D.K. Agnihotri and Vandana Singh. 18. Nectaries in bignoniaceae a review/Seema Chauhan Anita Rana and S.V.S. Chauhan. 19. An agro industrial exploitation of petrocrops for biofuel production/P.S. Bisen and Ravindra Verma. 20. Utilization of male sterility in hybrid seed production in some leguminous crops/Surabhi Chauhan Vandana Singh and S.V.S. Chauhan. 21. Role of plant genetic resources introductions and biotechnology in Indian agriculture/B.P. Singh and Anuradha Singh. Index. India is one of the twelve megadiversity centers of the world with two of the eighteen hotspots worldwide. However the bio wealth is under unprecedented environmental threat. Over 4.66% of the country's biodiversity rich areas have been earmarked for extensive in situ conservation of habitats through protected area network. Serious efforts are also being made to conserve this wealth under ex situ programmes. For biodiversity conservation our understanding of reproductive biology of flowering plants is of utmost importance. Besides the role of reproductive biology in biodiversity conservation the biotechnological advancement in various fields also plays an equally important role. The chapter entitled Naming the genera of angiosperms by renowned botanist of the country Prof. H.Y. Mohan Ram is of great significance to taxonomists. Chapters on chromosomes in speciation and implications in plant systematics chromosome botany in the post genomic era importance of sacred herbs and their medicinal uses anatomy of pericarp in asteraceae role of reproductive biology in biodiversity conservation role of floral biology in orchid industry reproductive biology of crataeva religiosa nectarines in bignoniaceae effect of pollen of some weeds on crop production habitat depletion and conservation strategies of wildlife sanctuary breaking dormancy in tree seeds and new reports on green algae from Yamuna river are not only quite interesting but are also of great importance. The chapter on Transgenic crops in world agriculture gives a detailed account of all the existing transgenic crops. The chapter entitled BT cotton present status and future prospects has great relevance to the present scenario in cotton production in India. Use of DNA fingerprinting of some mango cultivars using anchored ISSR markers agro industrial. Seller Inventory # 64794

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Sawalia Bihari Verma; Anand Bhusan Sharan and Sunil Kumar Verma

Published by Pentagon Press, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Pentagon Press, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. Contributors. I. Environment and development 1. Environmental refugees/Reji D. Nair. 2. Environment and development Issues and action/Yogesh Upadhyay and Shiv Kumar Singh and S.B. Verma. 3. Altering market incentives A strategy for sustainable development/Yogesh Upadhyay S.K. Singh and S.B. Verma. 4. Business environment An overview/S.B. Verma A.B. Sharan and Sunil Kumar Verma. II. Environmental pollution and damages 5. Phytoremediation A green cure for metal pollution/S.D. Singh and Thomas Anish Johnson. 6. Environmental pollution denies the right to life/C. Gangaiah and C. Vasudevulu Naidu. 7. Festivities and pollution/Malladi Rama Rao. 8. Pollution mitigation through plants/Dilip Kumar Verma Anoop Singh and S.B. Agrawal. 9. Environmental pollution and damage in developing countries/C. Gangaiah M. Devarajulu and C. Vasudevulu Naidu. 10. Enhancing environment through Garbage Management/K. Manimozhi and M. Meena. 11. Effects of environmental factors on plant health/Ramesh Singh Yadav. III. Eco Labeling of agriculture products 12. Biofertilizer technology for economical and environmentally viable agricultural production/Naveen Kumar Arora and Alka Verma. 13. Eco labeling of agricultural products/G.D. Banerjee. 14. Control of Jhum Cultivation retrospect and prospect/Ram Krishna Mandal. 15. SALT An effective alternative to shifting cultivation/Pradeep Baisakh. 16. Bio diesel production from Jatropha/R.K. Khitoliya and Harminder Kaur. 17. Bio Diesel Challenges/M. Ravindranath and Praveen Mithra. 18. Bio Diesel The Cornucopia of Fuel in the future/Etali Sarmah and Bedanga Bordoloi. 19. Biofuel for sustainable economy/L.D. Hatai. 20. Ethanol A renewable fuel/M.A. Lokhande. 21. Ethanol Environment friendly fuel of tomorrow/Jitendra Ahirrao. 22. Biomass conversion can transform rural India/C. Siva Murugan and V. Anbumani. IV. Conservation strategies and management 23. Dynamics of heavy metals and their management/Manju Zacharias and S.D. Singh. 24. Protecting forests Better conservation and management imperative/Dhurjati Mukherjee. 25. Conservation of wildlife in India/Ritesh Joshi. 26. Managing common property resources A strategy for safe environment/K. Raja Mohan Rao. 27. The challenges of green power/V. Anbumani. 28. Biodiversity conservation should be the Mantra of the century/Narayana K.S. 29. Adopt ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System) to protect the environment/R.K. Khitoliya. V. Global warming and its impact 30. Relevance of Gandhian ideas to global warming/Sakuntala Narasimhan. 31. Combating global warming/Ashwini Kumar Lal. 32. Combating desertification/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 33. Global warming/Arvid Singh. 34. G 8 summit Global warming/Purnima M. Gupta. 35. Global warming and its impact on agriculture/B.L. Gaur. 36. Global warming under the agricultural scenario/S.C. Mahapatra. VI. Impact of climate changes 37. Climate change A bird's eye view of the impact on agriculture/K.R.S. Nair. 38. Climate change Multilateral negotiations/Shyam Saran. 39. Climate change The challenge/Nitin Desai. 40. Climate change WTO accord/P.K. Vasudeva. 41. Climate change Repositioning Indian industries/Amrita Ganguly and Ajeya Bandyopadhyay. 42. Impact of climate change on agriculture/A. Arivudai Nambi. 43. Climate change Impact on water/B.S. Bhavanishankar. 44. Climate change Carbon trading/Kuntal Kanti Chattorja and Anindya Bhukta. 45. E Waste The digital detritus/Vinod Kotwal. Index. The changing climate and its impact on the environment is a glob al phenomenon. Each country in fact each region within a country will feel the impact differently and require area specific remedial action. The only commonality is that no region will be spared the direct impact of climate change. India with its diverse environmental regimes and geographical features will find it especially difficult to ensure that the right measures are utilized at the right time to counteract the impending threat. This book presents the. Seller Inventory # 73031

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A L Ramanathan; Prosun Bhattacharya; A K Keshari; Jochen Bundschuh; D Chandrasekharam and S K Singh

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About this Item: I K International, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. The editors. 1. Groundwater scenario and its management in Shillong urban agglomerate Meghalaya/A.K. Biswal and P. Kalita. 2. Problems and perspectives used groundwater sources in case of emergency and projecting the drainage in Arid Zone of Central Asia/I.Sh. Normatov and A.E. Kireev. 3. Sustainable water management and reuse by natural treatment methods/R. Arthur James K.V. Emmanuel V.R. Saras Chand S. Nagarajan and A. Rajendran. 4. Enhancing the recharge capabilities of Aravalli Ridge around the National Capital Territory Delhi India/S.K. Mohiddin Shashank Shekhar Uma Kapoor and P.N. Singh. 5. Bangladesh Government Policy in context of Arsenic Hazards and the effectiveness of activated Alumina in Arsenic mitigation/Rezual Kabul Chowdhury and Muhammad Azizul Hoque. 6. Management of groundwater resources through community participation approach in the coastal saline region of Gujarat/Shital Lodhia. 7. Arsenizhot sports detected in Patna District Bihar (India) A serious health hazard for estimated human population of 5.5 lakhs/Ashok K. Ghosh Shatrunjay K. Singh Nupur Bose N.P. Roy Sushant K. Singh Ajay K. Upadhyaya Shailendra Kumar and Amardip Singh. 8. Multiple statistical analysis for groundwater quality assessment in Marudaiyar Basin Tamil Nadu/S. Balaselvakumar K. Kumaraswamy and R. Arthur James. 9. Physico chemical characteristics and determination of Cu(II) Mn(II) Fe(II) Zn(II) Ni(II) and Pb(II) in the effluent from the sites of electroplating industries of Agra City India/Monika Singh Anjali Mishra and Susaro Verghese. 10. Nutrient chemistry of groundwater of NCT Delhi India/Manish Kumar AL. Ramanathan Bhawna Sharma and M.S. Rao. 11. Study on age old non conventional Adit/tunnel wells in the lateritic terrain of Kasargod District Kerala/N.C. Nayak D.S. Thambi and K. Balakrishnan. 12. Methods for estimation of replenishable groundwater resources adopted in India/Rana Chatterjee and B.M. Jha. 13. Assessment of groundwater reserves A case study/Ramesh Chand R.S.K. Srinivasulu V.S. Singh and N.C. Mondal. 14. Groundwater quality and drastic vulnerability assessment of the aquifers in Aizawl City Mizoram/L. Sailo and C. Mahanta. 15. Problem of selenium toxicity in Nawanshahr and Hoshiarpur Districts of Punjab State India/K.P. Singh K.S. Dhillon S.K. Dhillon and N.S. Tiwana. 16. Impact of watershed development in groundwater augmentation in India/R.K. Sivanappan. 17. Predictive model for aquiferous units and quality of underground water in Onitsha Metropolis Anambra Basin Nigeria/O.A. Ehinola and W.O. Nneli. 18. Methods of artificial recharge of groundwater/P.G. Gaikwad and Deepak Khare. 19. Hydrogeological investigations in Pathri Rao watershed Uttarakhand India using an integrated isotopic technique/Laxmi Kant Kachhwal D.C. Singhal Bhishm Kumar Vinay K. Sharma S.K. Verma and M. Israil. 20. Sustainable Lei drainage groundwater of Rawalpindi Islamabad (North Pakistan) and the potentials of recharge/A.H. Malik. 21. Groundwater modeling for an aquifer storage recovery well under cotton wheat cultivation/R.S. Malik and B.S. Jhorar J. Ingwerson and T. Streck. 22. Delineation of groundwater zone by magnetics in basement complex West of Cuddapah Basin India/C. Rama Rao M.R.K. Prabhakara Rao Sitarama Sinha and G.D.J. Sivakumar Sinha. 23. Investigation of aquifer remediation strategies by coupled finite element model for groundwater flow and contaminant transport/S.M.V. Sharief T.I. Eldho and A.K. Rastogi. 24. Infiltration model for safe fly ash disposal in the compound of IB Thermal Power Plant Orissa India/Ram Karan Singh S.K. Singh and Satyajeet Nanda. 25. Stochastic algorithm for simulation of NAPL Dissolution and degradation reactions in porous media/P. Jegathambal and S. Mohan. 26. Modeling of riverbed aquifer with radial collector well and stream Recharge using MODFLOW and analytic element method a case study/H.M. Patel T.I. Eldho and A.K. Rastogi. 27. Role of subsurface colloids in groundwater contamination/T. Seller Inventory # 74182

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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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B K Tyagi and Qaiser H Baqri

Published by Scientific, Jodhpur (2005)

ISBN 10: 8172334028 ISBN 13: 9788172334024

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About this Item: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Dr. Ishwar Prakash Polymath and Rodentologist a bio bibliography/B.K. Tyagi Mohd. Idris and Q.H. Baqri. 2. Some natural and anthropogenic specificities of the Thar/R.P. Dhir. 3. Impact of introduction of IGNP canal irrigation on micro and secular changes in climate of Thar desert region/A.S. Rao. 4. Soil bioresources a technical management in arid environment/B.M. Sharma. 5. Impact of changing ecology on termite fauna in arid and semi arid region of Rajasthan/N.S. Rathore and Madhumita Mandal. 6. Insect diversity conservation status with special reference to butterflies (Lepidoptera Rhopalocera)/H.S. Rose. 7. Some new records of mosquitoes (culicidae) and haematophagous flies of Tabanidae and muscidae from the Thar desert Rajasthan India/Shri Prakash Vijay Veer M.J. Mendki G.P. Gupta and K.C. Verma. 8. Dung beetles (Coleptera Scarabaeidae Coprinae) of the Thar desert of Rajasthan/Ram Sewak. 9. Changing ecology and faunal diversity of amphibians and reptiles in Thar Desert of Rajasthan India/R.C. Sharma and Shalini Gaur. 10. Evolution of fish hatcheries in India/Devendra Mohan. 11. Diversity abundance and dominance of avian species in the Thar desert of Rajasthan/C. Sivaperuman Sumit Dookia P.L. Kankane and Qaiser H. Baqri. 12. Mammalian diversity in the Thar desert of Rajasthan/S. Chakraborthy V.C. Agrawal and S.I. Kazmi. 13. Significance of scent marking gland in desert rodents/Mohd. Idris. 14. Reproduction in desert rodents/R.S. Tripathi. 15. Scenario of clinical studies of cutaneous leishmaniasis of human and canines/Anil Ahuja. 16. Thar desert's changing climate and the emergence/exacerbation of vector borne diseases past present and future/B.K. Tyagi. Changing Faunal Ecology in the Thar Desert dedicated to the fond memory of Professor Dr. Ishwar Prakash the legendary Rodentologist is a unique melange of scientific investigations on diversified ecological subjects pertaining to different organism groups from as tiny as protozoa to as giant as mammals. Altogether sixteen contributions including an original up to date and authentic bio bibliography of Dr. I. Prakash make this volume an exceptional treatise penned by 24 expert scientist authors many of whom have spent a life in arid ecosystems including the Thar Desert. The book provides a crystal clear proof of the constantly changing behavioural ecology of animals in the Thar Desert which has been under an ever increasing impact of among several imminent factors the Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojana (IGNP) one of the world's largest irrigation systems of its type in a xeric environment. The change is discernible not only in structure and distribution of animals but in their resting feeding breeding and as evident in case of parasites the extent of parasitism as well as pathogenecity. Finally this book offers the first well documented evidence of immense behavioural transformation in various different animal groups in the Thar Desert a phenomenon of enormous significance for both conservation management and diversity inventorization activities of its faunal wealth. 367 pp. Seller Inventory # 56037

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D R Khanna; A K Chopra; G Prasad; D S Malik and R Bhutiani

Published by Daya, Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8170355494 ISBN 13: 9788170355496

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Allergic proteins in medicinal plants/G.N. Vankhede U.S. Deshmukh and Shivaji Deshmukh. 2. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of secondary metabolities of cissamopelos pareira L./D. Muthuselvam B. Sundara Singh and B. Geetha Singh. 3. Indirect organogenesis of sphaeranthus indicus linn. through internodal explants/D. Muthuselvam B. Sundara Singh and B. Geetha Singh. 4. Medicinal properties and qualitative analysis of Aloe vera/D. Muthuselvam B. Sundara Singh and B. Geetha Singh. 5. Anti inflammatory action and application of curcuma longa/D. Muthuselvam B. Sundara Singh and B. Geetha Singh. 6. Utility of Chirayat complex in the treatment of Chickengunia a painful disease of recent origin/S.K. Mahajan. 7. Studies on the Mosaic disease of Ashwagandha (withania somnifera dun.)/L.P. Awasthi and P. Kumar. 8. Anti epileptic effect of acorus calamus a clinical study/Uttam Kumar Sharma. 9. Medicinal properties of Swertia Chirayita for treatment of diabetes/A.M. Saxena and Priya Sharma. 10. Ashoka tree saraca indica functional role in human female reproduction/J.H. Sabnis and Mamata Chandrakar. 11. Management of Henosepilachna vigintioctopunctata Grubs through some medicinal plants/Ranjana Saxena Reshu Diwakar and Monika Saxena. 12. Optimization of dyeing processes by compounds isolated from bark of Myrica esculenta and their spectroscopy identification/Satish Chandra Sati Manisha Dobhal and J.S. Jangwan. 13. Preliminary phytochemical and antimicrobial investigation of biomolecules isolated from Caesalpenia bounducella/Shruti Shukla. 14. Synthesis and antifungal activity of 1 4 Benzothiazines/C.P. Singh Ashutosh Sharma C. Shekhar and Alok Gupta. 15. Phytochemical and clinical importance of Azadiracta indica/D. Muthuselvam B. Sundara Singh and B. Geetha Singh. 16. Sub acute toxicity of Bark of a medicinal plant (Ficus racemosa Linn.) in Albino rats/V.K. Sharma Arvind Singh Panwar and M.M. Prakash. 17. Oroxylum indicum a throat doctor/Nirmal Ram Deepti Verma and Lal Singh. 18. Antioxidant and therapeutic value of Ocimum sanctum/D. Muthuselvam B. Sundara Singh and B. Geetha Singh. 19. Alkaloids from plants an overview/D. Muthuselvam B. Sundara Singh and B. Geetha Singh. 20. Assessment of hypoglycemic activity of indigenous herbs/Rahul Gupta and A.M. Saxena. 21. Influence of iron Chelate on growth and composition of medicinal plant Achyranthes aspera/Jitendra Mohan Narendra Mohan and Prem Singh. 22. Calculation of Bryoflora richness based on Index of Atmospheric Purity (IAP) /Dinesh K. Saxena Shivom Singh and Kajal Srivastava. 23. Some traditional herbal formulations in the treatment of Rheumatism from Jalgaon District Maharashtra/Garima G. Patil Prashant Y. Mali and Vijay V. Bhadane. 24. Effect of Bacopa monniera (Linn.) leaves extract on LDH of Ovariectomised Mice (Mus Musculus)/S.B. Waghmare G.H. Balde D.B. Bhure P.M. Nalawade and M.B. Mule. 25. Herbal drugs in prevention and treatment of common diseases in North East India/Bishnu Prasad Sarma. 26. Medicinal properties of Rauwolfia serpentina/Harison Masih Anjali Singh and B. Sundara Singh. 27. Altitudinal variation of phytochemical constituents in essential oil of Rosa Brunonii (L)/A.M. Painuly J.S. Jangwan V.P. Joshi and R.P. Chamoli. 28. Anti feedant activity of neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss) against IInd Instar Larvae of Spilosoma obliqua (Wlk.)/Dinesh Kumar Bhardwaj Ashish Panwar and S.K. Tyagi. 29. A new flavone glycoside from Lantana camara Linn./Monika Srivastava and Mohammad Aslam. 30. Phytochemicals showing pharmacological activity of Morus alba Linn/Renu Sharma Monika Srivastava and Mohammad Aslam. 31. Biological control of mosquitoes by developing guidelines to establish systematic larvivorous fish network/K.K. Gaur and Vishal Tiwari. 32. Potency of medicinal plant resources in reference of current status/Kamini Kaushal. 33. Enlisting economically important medicinal plants from wasteland of Agra Region/Anjali Singh Harison Masih and B. Sundara Sin. Seller Inventory # 69795

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Pashupati Kumar Roy and Shiw Pershan Sharma

Published by Regal, New Delhi (2010)

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About this Item: Regal, New Delhi, 2010. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. I. Agricultural diversification in Indian perspective 1. Nature and pattern of agricultural diversification in Bihar and Eastern India/Ram Naresh Thakur. 2. Agricultural diversification in eastern region of India problems and prospects/Halima Sadia Rizvi. 3. An assessment of the structural break in productivity behaviour during pre and post liberalisation era a case of Indian fertiliser industry/Seema Sharma and V. Upadhyay. 4. Growth and diversification of agriculture in North Eastern India/G.M. Bhat and Manzoor Ahmad Wani. 5. Impact of economic reforms on agriculture market in India/Ramashish Purvey and Sumit Prasad. 6. Nature and pattern of diversification of agriculture in Eastern India with special reference to Bihar/Rinku Ghose. 7. Poverty eradication through crop diversification and irrigation management an analysis/Basant Kumar Jha and Rajesh Kumar Suman. II. Agricultural diversification and sustainable development 8. Chasing hunger and achieving sustainability nestle agrarian diversification/B.K. Jha and Rajiv Kumar Sinha. 9. Towards sustainable growth and diversification of agriculture in Bihar and Jharkhand/Satyajeet Kumar Bhagat and Ashok Kumar Singh. III. Gender issue and agricultural diversification 10. Livelihood diversification and women empowerment through self help micro credit programme evidence from Jammu and Kashmir/Falendra K. Sudan. 11. Gender and agriculture development in India an overview/Rekha K.H. and K.B. Rangappa. IV. Agricultural diversification of Bihar and Jharkhand 12. Agricultural growth and divergence a case study of Bihar during 1979 80 1995 96/Debesh Bhowmik. 13. Agro economic condition in Jharkhand (crop diversification only alternative for food security)/Anuradh Verma and Priyambada Kumari. 14. Agro economic study of Jharkhand a status report/B.N. Singh. 15. Agricultural productivity in Bihar/Bibhuti Nath Jha and Anil Thakur. 16. Farm diversity and a measurement for growth of economy of Bihar/Kailash Kumar Choudhary. 17. Diversification of agriculture in Bihar/Mun Mun Sharan. 18. Economics of pulses production a micro study of crop diversification in Tal area of Bihar/Ugra Mohan Jha and Ram Pravesh Singh. 19. Trans boundary flood water conflicts settlement for agricultural diversification in the Kosi basin/N.M.P. Verma. 20. Agriculture diversification in Bihar/Sanjeeta Rani. 21. Crop diversification in Bihar a socio economic analysis/Veena Kumari Kumar Anish Singh A.K. Chaudhary and R.K.P. Singh. V. Diversification of horticulture and allied sectors of agriculture 22. Diversification in Indian agriculture towards fruit and vegetable in Jharkhand/Chandra Prakash Azad Chandra Prakash Singh and S.M. Aquil Ahmad. 23. Horticulture and vegetable farming in Bihar a study of crop diversification/A.K. Singh R.K. Singh and S.K. Sinha. 24. Air breathing fishery for socio economic upliftment of fishermen in Kosi region of Bihar an example of agricultural diversification/Ugra Mohan Jha Naresh Jha and A.K. Poddar. 25. Bee keeping an economic analysis/Kumar Anish Singh R.R. Mishra D.K. Sinha and Veena Kumari. 26. Diversification of nutritional hydrophytes in North Bihar/Anupma Kumari. Index. Agricultural diversification is the urgent need of India particularly in the phase of globalisation. Globalisation has made the world very small. It has created very competitive atmosphere in various sectors of economy. In that context the Indian agriculture also has to face the challenges of different types of problems today particularly due to the tasks led by the globalisation. This book will be very informative for the researchers the agriculture scientists the teachers and students. The agricultural sector of India particularly the backward regions of eastern and north eastern India may be benefited by adopting measures mentioned in this book. 380 pp. Seller Inventory # 76370

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Anurag Verma, Naveen Kumar Sidda, K. Ram Mohan Rao

Published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2011)

ISBN 10: 3847309633 ISBN 13: 9783847309635

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S N Swamy and P N Kapoor

Published by Association of Petroleum, Dehra Dun (2002)

ISBN 10: 8190172905 ISBN 13: 9788190172905

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About this Item: Association of Petroleum, Dehra Dun, 2002. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I. Structure Tectonics and Sedimentation Himalayan Orogenic Belt and Foreland Areas Sequence Stratigraphy and Biostratigraphy Preface. I. Theme lectures 1. Hydrocarbon exploration in India during twenty first century the road ahead/Y.B. Sinha. 2. Geological risks in exploration of proterozoic basins/S.N. Talukdar. 3. Looking beyond known frontiers of hydrocarbon exploration an introspective/P.K. Chandra. II. Keynote Address 4. Palaeogeographic evolution of India and its implications for hydrocarbon resources a new approach/Ravi Shanker Gopendra Kumar and P.K. Maithy. 5. Structural style of Narmada Son Geofracture and its role in the evolution of Central Indian Gondwana Basins/S.K. Biswas and D. Sati. 6. Himalayan tectonic framework/Anshu K. Sinha. 7. Tectono sedimentary evolution of Meso neoproterozoic Vindhyan Basin South Eastern Rajasthan/S.M. Casshyap M. Raza B.D. Bhardwaj and A. Khan. 8. Tectonics of the Himalayas and its bearing on the hydrocarbon potential of its concealed early tertiary Foreland Basin/S.K. Acharyya. 9. Balancing structural cross sections in fold thrust belts myths facts and applications in the Himalayan Foreland/Dilip K. Mukhopadhyay. 10. Advances in sequence stratigraphic applications in pre drill exploration/Bilal U. Haq. 11. Sequence and bio chronostratigrapghic sub divisions of the cretaceous and cenozoic of India with Notes on pre cretaceous events an overview/D.S.N. Raju P. Ramesh S.G.K. Mohan and S. Uppal. 12. Paradigm shift in E and D activities in India geochemical perspectives/Kuldeep Chandra. 13. Reservoir management of ageing fields/Lakshman Singh. 14. Evaluating seal potential/John Kaldi. 15. Environmental issues impact on exploration and production activities/William Harrison. 16. Deccan volcano sedimentary sequences their status in hydrocarbon exploration/Ashok Sahni. 17. Deep water processes and turbidite facies models a paradigm shift/G. Shanmugam. III. Invited Lectures 18. Himalayan orogenic model and a strategy outline for hydrocarbon exploration/V. Raviverman. 19. Late proterozoic geotectonic events in the Western Himalaya and Western parts of the India shield and their significance/N.S. Virdi. 20. Thermal structure of Indian and its implications for energy resources Both renewable and non renewable/Ravi Shanker. IV. Structure tectonics and sedimentation 21. The paradox of Kopili Valley recent advances/K. Sriram Roopchand and S.M. Goel. 22. Genetic kinematics of inversion structures in proterozoic Vindhyan sequence and their role in possible petroleum migration and entrapment/Narendra K. Verma Shishir K. Das Bamdeo Tripathi and D.K. Pande. 23. Strati structural anatomy of Jotana field North Cambay Basin a classic case of tide dominated delta/H.L. Kak S.C. Gawali G.C. Deb H.D. Suthar V. Pratap D. Kodandapani and V. Siva Rao. 24. Unconventional reservoirs in a trap derived rift fan system/C. Veeresalingam. 25. Evaluation of prospectivity of the Kopili formation in Eastern part of upper Assam Basin/Reba Devi and Y.S. Rathore. 26. Hydrocarbon prospect of the sub thrust formations associated with the Naga thrust in and around Digboi Oil field/S. Rath R. Sharma and N.R. Hazarika. 27. Crustal structure of Kopili valley/S. Tiwari. 28. Geological setup of Sobhasan Pay Sands of Sobhasan complex a case of lower Delta plain sandstone reservoirs/N.C. Das N. Koza C.P.S. Rawat S.M. Karkare P.S. Wakkar Jai Nath Ram and H.L. Kak. 29. Structural interpretation of the Stord Basin North Sea Norway a case study for transfer zones in extensional basin/A.K. Sarkar. 30. Depositional modeling of miocene reservoirs in KD structure deepwaters of Krishna Godavari Basin India/A. Nallapa Reddy K. Satyanarayana K.V. Bhaktavatsala K. Narasimha and M. Nagaraj. 31. Sedimentation mechanism and hydrocarbon prospects in Kuthalam and Kali fields of Cauvery Basin India/K Satyanarayana B. Venkataraman and B. Bhaskaran. 32. Depositional environment and sequence stratigraphy of Neogene sediments for hydrocarbon. Seller Inventory # 68533

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