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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors. Condition: New. pp. xi + 313 Index. Seller Inventory # 26210103

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Sumit Sarkar

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About this Item: Pearson Education, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Table of Content CHANGE AND CONTINUITY OLD AND NEW APPROACHEs Phases of Moderate Politics Roots of Extremism CHAPTER IV Political and Social Movements THE VICEROYALTY OF CURZON Foreign Policy Administrative Reforms Curzon and Nationalists Partition of Bengal THE SWADESHI MOVEMENT IN BENGAL Trends Boycott and Swadeshi National Education Labour Unrest Samities Hindu-Muslim Relations The Shift to Terrorism EXTREMISM IN OTHER PROVINCES Punjab Madras Maharashtra The Congress Split REPRESSION, CONCILIATION AND DIVIDE AND RULE Morley and Minto Simla Deputation and Muslim League Revolutionary Terrorism WAR AND INDIAN POLITICS Revolutionary Activities Unity at Lucknow Home Rule Agitation MOVEMENTS FROM BELOW Tribal Revolts Peasant Movements Communalism Caste Movements Regional Sentiments and Languages CHAPTER v Mass Nationalism ؔEmergence and Problems WAR, REFORMS AND SOCIETY The Montford Reforms Impact of the War MAHATMA GANDHI The Appeal of Gandhi The Role of Rumour Champaran, Kheda, Ahmedabad ROWLATT SATYAGRAHA LEADERS AND MASSES Gandhi, Khilafat and the Congress Pressures from Below NON-COOPERATION AND KHILAFAT The All-India Movement Social Composition Regional Variations Chauri-Chaura DECLINE AND FRAGMENTATION No-Changes and Swarajists Nagpur, Barsad and Vaikom Constructive Work Swarajist Politics Communalism EMERGENCE OF NEW FORCES Political and Economic Tensions Tribal and Peasant Movements Caste Movements Labour Emergence of the Communists Revolutionary Terrorism Subhas and Jawaharlal CHAPTER VI Nationalist Advance and Economic Depression AN OVERVIEW Cross-Currents in Politics Depression and India SIMON BOYCOTT AND LABOUR UPSURGE Simon Commission and Nehru Report Youth Movements The HSRA Labour Upsurge and the Communists Peasant Movements and Bardoli Business Attitudes From Dominion Status to Purna Swaraj CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE Towards Salt Satyagraha Chittagong, Peshawar, Sholapur Phases of Civil Disobedience Regional Studies The Round Table Conference Gandhi-Irwin Pact MARCH-DECEMBER : UNEASY TRUCE Ambiguities Pressures from Below Official Attitudes SECOND CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE MOVEMENT Repression and Resistance Business Realignments Harijan Campaign Return to Council Politics The Left Alternative THE CONSTITUTION AND THE CONGRESS The Act Labour and Kisan Movement Leftism in Literature Lucknow and Faizpur Right Consolidation and Business Pressures CHAPTER VII Political Movements and War THE CONGRESS MINISTRIES Elections and Ministry-making Congress and Bureaucracy The Communal Problem Gandhian Reforms Capitalists and Congress Congress and Labour Congress and Kisans States Peoples Movement The Left in the Congress The Tripuri Crisis WAR AND INDIAN POLITICS ؔTHE FIRST PHASE Bureaucratic Counter-offensive League and Pakistan Trends within the Congress Economic Consequences The New Phase of the War Cripps Mission QUIT INDIA, FAMINE, AND THE LAST PHASE OF WAR Roots of Rebellion The All-India Pattern Social Composition Regional Variations The War and the Indian Economy ؔFamine and Super Profits The Advance of the League Azad Hind Communists and People`s War CHAPTER VIII Freedom and Partition `;THE EDGE OF A VOLCANO` Prelude to Negotiations Simla Conference INA Trials RIN Mutiny (MARCH-AUGUST): THE CABINET MISSION Elections Cabinet Mission COMMUNAL HOLOCAUST AND PEASANT REBELLION Calcutta, Noakhali, Bihar, Punjab The Mahatma`s Finest Hour Tebhaga Punnapra-Vayalar Telengana : FREEDOM AND PARTITION The Mountbatten Plan Integration of States The Fifteenth of August FURTHER READINGS INDEX Printed Pages: 424. Seller Inventory # 107331

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About this Item: Pearson Education, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Table of Content CHANGE AND CONTINUITY OLD AND NEW APPROACHEs Phases of Moderate Politics Roots of Extremism CHAPTER IV Political and Social Movements THE VICEROYALTY OF CURZON Foreign Policy Administrative Reforms Curzon and Nationalists Partition of Bengal THE SWADESHI MOVEMENT IN BENGAL Trends Boycott and Swadeshi National Education Labour Unrest Samities Hindu-Muslim Relations The Shift to Terrorism EXTREMISM IN OTHER PROVINCES Punjab Madras Maharashtra The Congress Split REPRESSION, CONCILIATION AND DIVIDE AND RULE Morley and Minto Simla Deputation and Muslim League Revolutionary Terrorism WAR AND INDIAN POLITICS Revolutionary Activities Unity at Lucknow Home Rule Agitation MOVEMENTS FROM BELOW Tribal Revolts Peasant Movements Communalism Caste Movements Regional Sentiments and Languages CHAPTER v Mass Nationalism ؔEmergence and Problems WAR, REFORMS AND SOCIETY The Montford Reforms Impact of the War MAHATMA GANDHI The Appeal of Gandhi The Role of Rumour Champaran, Kheda, Ahmedabad ROWLATT SATYAGRAHA LEADERS AND MASSES Gandhi, Khilafat and the Congress Pressures from Below NON-COOPERATION AND KHILAFAT The All-India Movement Social Composition Regional Variations Chauri-Chaura DECLINE AND FRAGMENTATION No-Changes and Swarajists Nagpur, Barsad and Vaikom Constructive Work Swarajist Politics Communalism EMERGENCE OF NEW FORCES Political and Economic Tensions Tribal and Peasant Movements Caste Movements Labour Emergence of the Communists Revolutionary Terrorism Subhas and Jawaharlal CHAPTER VI Nationalist Advance and Economic Depression AN OVERVIEW Cross-Currents in Politics Depression and India SIMON BOYCOTT AND LABOUR UPSURGE Simon Commission and Nehru Report Youth Movements The HSRA Labour Upsurge and the Communists Peasant Movements and Bardoli Business Attitudes From Dominion Status to Purna Swaraj CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE Towards Salt Satyagraha Chittagong, Peshawar, Sholapur Phases of Civil Disobedience Regional Studies The Round Table Conference Gandhi-Irwin Pact MARCH-DECEMBER : UNEASY TRUCE Ambiguities Pressures from Below Official Attitudes SECOND CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE MOVEMENT Repression and Resistance Business Realignments Harijan Campaign Return to Council Politics The Left Alternative THE CONSTITUTION AND THE CONGRESS The Act Labour and Kisan Movement Leftism in Literature Lucknow and Faizpur Right Consolidation and Business Pressures CHAPTER VII Political Movements and War THE CONGRESS MINISTRIES Elections and Ministry-making Congress and Bureaucracy The Communal Problem Gandhian Reforms Capitalists and Congress Congress and Labour Congress and Kisans States Peoples Movement The Left in the Congress The Tripuri Crisis WAR AND INDIAN POLITICS ؔTHE FIRST PHASE Bureaucratic Counter-offensive League and Pakistan Trends within the Congress Economic Consequences The New Phase of the War Cripps Mission QUIT INDIA, FAMINE, AND THE LAST PHASE OF WAR Roots of Rebellion The All-India Pattern Social Composition Regional Variations The War and the Indian Economy ؔFamine and Super Profits The Advance of the League Azad Hind Communists and People`s War CHAPTER VIII Freedom and Partition `;THE EDGE OF A VOLCANO` Prelude to Negotiations Simla Conference INA Trials RIN Mutiny (MARCH-AUGUST): THE CABINET MISSION Elections Cabinet Mission COMMUNAL HOLOCAUST AND PEASANT REBELLION Calcutta, Noakhali, Bihar, Punjab The Mahatma`s Finest Hour Tebhaga Punnapra-Vayalar Telengana : FREEDOM AND PARTITION The Mountbatten Plan Integration of States The Fifteenth of August FURTHER READINGS INDEX Printed Pages: 424. Seller Inventory # 107331BV

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Subhas Sarkar

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Widely acclaimed by Eliot critics both at home and abroad, the book has been mentioned in various reference books of International renown, such as The Dictionary of Literary Biography (Gale Research Company, Detroit, Michigan, 1982, Vol. 10, Part-I), The International Authors and Writers Who‚ s Who (International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, May 2000), A History of Indian English Literature by M.K. Naik (Sahitya Akademi, 1982), Indian Journal of American Studies (Vol. 18, No. 2, 1988), T.S. Eliot Centenary Number (American Studies Research Centre) and various other books of reference. Professor Dame Helen Gardner from Oxford wrote in 1974: ‚ I have read your book now. It seems to me well-informed and sensible and sympathetic to Eliot‚ s aims while recognizing his defects as a playwright. I feel at least until the letters are published, there is not a great deal more to say.‚ Dr. W.M. Merchant of Exeter University describes this study as: ‚ astonishing and meticulous.‚ Professor Amalendu Bose says: ‚ The present work, fruit of several years of concentrated study, will intensify the Eliot admirer‚ s response as much to the poetry-drama relationship in the master‚ s work as to the variety and beauty of the dramas themselves.‚ Professor K. Viswanatham of Andhra University wrote in 1973: ‚ I am sure every student of Eliot Drama will look into your book. It is scrupulously, compellingly documented.‚ Printed Pages: 326. Seller Inventory # 24308BV

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Subhas Sarkar

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About this Item: Pearson Education, 2014. Soft cover. Condition: New. First edition. Table of Content CHANGE AND CONTINUITY OLD AND NEW APPROACHEs Phases of Moderate Politics Roots of Extremism CHAPTER IV Political and Social Movements THE VICEROYALTY OF CURZON Foreign Policy Administrative Reforms Curzon and Nationalists Partition of Bengal THE SWADESHI MOVEMENT IN BENGAL Trends Boycott and Swadeshi National Education Labour Unrest Samities Hindu-Muslim Relations The Shift to Terrorism EXTREMISM IN OTHER PROVINCES Punjab Madras Maharashtra The Congress Split REPRESSION, CONCILIATION AND DIVIDE AND RULE Morley and Minto Simla Deputation and Muslim League Revolutionary Terrorism WAR AND INDIAN POLITICS Revolutionary Activities Unity at Lucknow Home Rule Agitation MOVEMENTS FROM BELOW Tribal Revolts Peasant Movements Communalism Caste Movements Regional Sentiments and Languages CHAPTER v Mass Nationalism‚?"Emergence and Problems WAR, REFORMS AND SOCIETY The Montford Reforms Impact of the War MAHATMA GANDHI The Appeal of Gandhi The Role of Rumour Champaran, Kheda, Ahmedabad ROWLATT SATYAGRAHA LEADERS AND MASSES Gandhi, Khilafat and the Congress Pressures from Below NON-COOPERATION AND KHILAFAT The All-India Movement Social Composition Regional Variations Chauri-Chaura DECLINE AND FRAGMENTATION No-Changes and Swarajists Nagpur, Barsad and Vaikom Constructive Work Swarajist Politics Communalism EMERGENCE OF NEW FORCES Political and Economic Tensions Tribal and Peasant Movements Caste Movements Labour Emergence of the Communists Revolutionary Terrorism Subhas and Jawaharlal CHAPTER VI Nationalist Advance and Economic Depression AN OVERVIEW Cross-Currents in Politics Depression and India SIMON BOYCOTT AND LABOUR UPSURGE Simon Commission and Nehru Report Youth Movements The HSRA Labour Upsurge and the Communists Peasant Movements and Bardoli Business Attitudes From Dominion Status to Purna Swaraj CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE Towards Salt Satyagraha Chittagong, Peshawar, Sholapur Phases of Civil Disobedience Regional Studies The Round Table Conference Gandhi-Irwin Pact MARCH-DECEMBER : UNEASY TRUCE Ambiguities Pressures from Below Official Attitudes SECOND CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE MOVEMENT Repression and Resistance Business Realignments Harijan Campaign Return to Council Politics The Left Alternative THE CONSTITUTION AND THE CONGRESS The Act Labour and Kisan Movement Leftism in Literature Lucknow and Faizpur Right Consolidation and Business Pressures CHAPTER VII Political Movements and War THE CONGRESS MINISTRIES Elections and Ministry-making Congress and Bureaucracy The Communal Problem Gandhian Reforms Capitalists and Congress Congress and Labour Congress and Kisans States Peoples Movement The Left in the Congress The Tripuri Crisis WAR AND INDIAN POLITICS‚?"THE FIRST PHASE Bureaucratic Counter-offensive League and Pakistan Trends within the Congress Economic Consequences The New Phase of the War Cripps Mission QUIT INDIA, FAMINE, AND THE LAST PHASE OF WAR Roots of Rebellion The All-India Pattern Social Composition Regional Variations The War and the Indian Economy‚?"Famine and Super Profits The Advance of the League Azad Hind Communists and People`s War CHAPTER VIII Freedom and Partition `;THE EDGE OF A VOLCANO` Prelude to Negotiations Simla Conference INA Trials RIN Mutiny (MARCH-AUGUST): THE CABINET MISSION Elections Cabinet Mission COMMUNAL HOLOCAUST AND PEASANT REBELLION Calcutta, Noakhali, Bihar, Punjab The Mahatma`s Finest Hour Tebhaga Punnapra-Vayalar Telengana : FREEDOM AND PARTITION The Mountbatten Plan Integration of States The Fifteenth of August FURTHER READINGS INDEX Printed Pages: 424. Book. Seller Inventory # 107331BV

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About this Item: Advance. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. An overview of Nadia district. 3. Evaluation of agricultural farming. 4. Cost analysis. 5. Financing and marketing. 6. Profitability and productivity. 7. Issues emerging from the study. 8. Suggestions and conclusions. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. "The book is a serious attempt to look at profitability of Indian farming in the rural environment in the state of West Bengal, India. West Bengal is agriculturally a dynamic state with significant changes taking place from time to time in cropping pattern, technology and government policies. As is the case in other states of India, agriculture in West Bengal is also dominated by small and marginal farmers with all inherent constraints for growth and prosperity. Since farming is the main occupation, it should provide sustenance to them. Further, it assumes special significance in the context of WTO and its implications on Indian agriculture. In this context, cost effectiveness, cost control and profitability analyses assume critical significance. The author with training and experience in the subject matter of commerce has done a good job in looking at farming in West Bengal from wider prospective to make it lucrative and market oriented. The study is a professional contribution with required details on the concepts, methods, analyses and intelligent articulations of the findings of the study. Besides cost analysis, the study also covers finance and marketing, profitability and productivity. The study also looks at emerging issues, 230 pp. Seller Inventory # 38850

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Mohit K Ray

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. The Odes of John Keats an approach through Truth and Beauty/Ram Narayan Panda. 2. Listening to the resonant world of Hardy's Prose/Rama Kundu. 3. Loneliness in Thomas Hardy's poems/Sahadeo A. Chougule. 4. The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock a reappraisal/C.R. Mittal. 5. T.S. Eliot and the great romantics a study of his changing critical ideas/Surekha Dangwal. 6. Hereditary transmutation of Sin in the family reunion/D.S. Kaintura. 7. Eliot's response to Shelley/Subhas Sarkar. 8. The immigrant's search for an identity a diasporic view with reference to Bharati Mukherjee and Jhumpa Lahiri/Rudra Prasad Mahto. 9. Interpreter of Maladies a voice across the seas/N. Sharada Iyer. 10. Points of view in Jhumpa Lahiri's interpreter of Maladies/Beulah Ranjit Singh. 11. Interpreter of Maladies a search for form/Santwana Haldar. 12. Alterity and the imperial agenda Mary Kingsley's travels in West Africa and Gerald Durrell's The Bafut Beagles/O. Ako.13. Religious conflict in arrow of God/Basavaraj Naikar. 14. Politics of race and ethnicity in Afro American novels a study/T.M.J. Indra Mohan. Contributors. The fifteen essays included in this volume are refreshingly original and cover a wide range of authors and subjects. Looking briefly at Keats the essays move on to the great Victorian novelist and poet Thomas Hardy then linger for a considerable period in the world of T.S. Eliot the greatest poet of the twentieth century examine the expatriate sensibility of two American women writers Bharati Mukherjee and Jhumpa Lahiri of Indian extraction reconnoiter West Africa through the eyes of Mary Kingsley and Gerald Durrell visit Chinua Achebe and then end up with the Afro American novels. An excursion into the worlds of these writers is bound to be as delightful as it will be rewarding. Since most of the authors discussed are widely prescribed in the university syllabus in India and abroad teachers scholars and students of English literature in English will find this volume extremely useful. The general readers who are interested in literature in English will also find this book an interesting and precious aesthetic experience. 196 pp. Seller Inventory # 52252

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About this Item: Sparrow Publications. A glance at the schematic genesis of this book P I II evokes a sensitive praise of God which when sung become music Compliments thus fall due It is natural to feel seized My being not too well up on Him did not come in the way since the forward move is by measure of the soul that brings the goal nearer when I realised that God is much more immense than I thought Why not risk the traditional belief that there is no real relief from the ever elusive ratio of His knowability when in view is curiously other than all the varieties of the known ones in forms and figures while His unknowability calls upon all His seekers to hazard their guess to rue the utter lack of clue to be anywhere near Him because He is increasingly far above it and away However sweet and or sour the endeavour is the seekers remain raw to spot the subtle subtlety of His paw mark to harp on with contemplation to rise above human understanding a mystics job Knowing as I do my own image penned in the penultimate para† p II of this book I worked out my missionary resolve Well Done O Lord to be near and dear to Him not without facing my self searching scanner When Plotinus a neoplatonic said we know Him by what He is not that echoes the assertions of the Upanishads I tilted a bit to treat Him in a homely way notwithstanding His eternal pledge to add to His unknowability I was laying my hands for a handy inventory of His knowbaility This book is the third of the trilogy on God the preceding ones are the Biography of Good Part I and II and living with God Dr Subhash Sarkar was born in East Bengal now Bangladesh on October 12 1928 the son of Suresh Ch Sarker and Surobala Sarker both now deceased After arriving in Calcutta during the most critical period of the Second World War he was hit by the partition of India and labelled a refugee yet he continued his schooling and college career from below the poverty line He received his Master of Surgery from Calcutta University and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons London and Edinburgh earning a Gold Medal in Anatomy Silver Medal in Surgery and Certificates of Honours in Physiology for his work After service as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army Medical CorpsDr Sarker was awarded a Distinguished Service Vishist Seva Medal by the President of the Republic of India for his role as Head of the Surgical Team in the Indo Pak War in 1965 Most recently a Consultant Urologist and Surgeon in Calcutta based hospitals and institutions Dr Sarker has in the past been employed as a surgeon in hospitals in the United Kingdom Aside from his brilliant career in medicine Dr Sarker has been devoted to creative literary work all his life with nomination for the Nobel Prize in Literature In his writing he strives to restore to literature and philosophy the high command over the individual society and State and strike harmony and balance between duty and beauty A prolific writer he has been described as having a unique devotion and deep thinking Each stanza gives the much covetable joy of lasting nectar his poems make bold statements to encompass time society and culture He is a true creator of poems and composer of songs †. Seller Inventory # 93533

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About this Item: Sparrow Publication. Krishna was in the hit list right from day one of His life centering Mahabharata age His maternal uncle Kansa had a tattered psyche on and from the day he dreamt a very unwelcome dream that the eighth baby of Kansa?s sister Debaki-Basudev couple if a boy would kill him Kansa put the couple in the prison so that the killing of the new born posed no problem As the apprehension of Krishna leaked there was a preplanned baby transfer in which a girl took Krishnas position That paved the way of Krishnas escape where after He found in Yosada and Nandagope his surrogate parents in Gokul a village of India originally inhabited by milkmen who later heard of a solacing legend The One Krishna who will kill you Kansa is shaping up well in GokulDeductions if any is left to the reader to another atypical story in human history King Pharaoh† the mighty Egyptian Emperor found Israelis as totally unacceptable to him So he enacted a law† any Israeli new-born would be strangled and thrown into the river Nile vile though it was not A little baby boy who was destined to be ?Moses? found in Jochebed a woman as his host who in three months time made a cradle of papyrus for the baby and floated into the flowing Nile King Pharaohs daughter the Princess of Egypt was moved by the sorry plight of the boy the would be Moses whose watchful sister got better of the Princess and pleaded for a nurse for the boy This nurse was none other than Jochebed The boy was christened Moses since he was saved from the water He grew up in the palace of King Pharash and turned into a health pioneer friend of the poor law-giver of the Jews and that very precious one who was the harbinger of the commandments from the mountain It was he who broke the tables of the covenants and prayed at the tabernacle and viewed the Promised Land and ushered in the Old Testament Genesis Exodus Leritieus Numbers and Deuteronomy Krishna the First born of the universe wasnt chary to be born and reborn to redeem the world in all its spheres Later He was in the hit list of Kansa for no less than thirteen occasions Seven times in Brajalila Braja being near Gokul five times in Mathuralila Mathura the birth place of Krishna and capital of Kansa and after Kansas death his father in law got the gem That was not the end of the hit list With rare most patience and wisdom Krishna successfully rejuvenated the erstwhile dejected Arjuna to take on the Kurus the sworn enemy in the great and symbolical historical battle of Kurukhsetra As the friend philosopher and guide of Arjuna the front ranking one Krishna saw him spearheading the battle with tacit understanding and actively participated as the charioteer the best ever all digital performer in A-Z of human history In spite of the direct exposure to the heightened war Krishna remained unscathed Needless to say that this kind of strategy could not be seen successfully through unless Krishna was the providential factor for all not excluding Himself The drop scene of His life was in the hands of an innocent hunter who hit the bulls eye arrow passed through Krishna?s body when in a profound meditative stance in the deep woods None knew as to why a permanently Supreme Active Yogi like Krishna needed renewal of mystic kinghood He was said to have confided to Radha His platonic lady love that He was going through the meditative cleansing after a hectic life in flesh and blood He contended that in the manner the clean most water from the mountain-tops gets contaminated while rolling down to the meadows and rivers He too by his physical and mental warfare got worse The remedy lay in being His original Self through His customary meditation. Seller Inventory # 93524

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Parthasarathi Mukhopadhyay

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About this Item: Sharada Pub, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Thesis is something of a tour-de-force I am impressed with the ability shown here to argue out and to analyse critical theories and to present a Cogent and extremely lucid argument There is no question of the Candidates Competence It is publishable as a genuine Contribution to learning and notably to Eliot StudiesParthasarathi Mukhopadhyay has offered us some interesting and amazing insights into several points of Concurrence between Critical theories relating to the process of Creation and appreciation of Poetry as projected by TS Eliot in his critical essays and those enunciated by Indian Critics Centuries back He has shown how they held identical views on the idea of tradition the impersonality of the Poetic Art and the use of Poetry and the use of Criticism Professor Subhas Sarkar It is refreshing that the writer of the present dissertation has made a bold attempt to analyse Eliots views on five fundamental problems concerning the Creative process by applying the yardsticks adopted by Indian Aesthetics and to locate the similarities in the thought currents projected by some of the noted Indian thinkers and Eliot† 174 pp. Seller Inventory # 85445

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Subhas Sarkar

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Source Wikipedia

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About this Item: Books LLC, Wiki Series, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 179. Chapters: Amartya Sen, Satyendra Nath Bose, Swami Vivekananda, Rabindranath Tagore, Meghnad Saha, Satyajit Ray, Jibanananda Das, Subhas Chandra Bose, Jyoti Basu, List of Kolkata Presidencians, Pramatha Chaudhuri, Keshub Chunder Sen, Anugrah Narayan Sinha, Romesh Chunder Dutt, Chhabi Biswas, A. K. Fazlul Huq, Jyotirindranath Tagore, Michael Madhusudan Dutt, Ramtanu Lahiri, Gurusaday Dutt, Aparna Sen, Radhabinod Pal, Atulkrishna Ghosh, Satyendranath Tagore, Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis, Pritam, Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, Pritish Nandy, Parvez Sharma, Dwijendranath Tagore, Mahendranath Gupta, Henry Louis Vivian Derozio, Rajendra Prasad, Barun De, Syama Prasad Mookerjee, Somnath Chatterjee, Manik Bandopadhyay, Dilipkumar Roy, Subroto Mukerjee, Prafulla Chandra Roy, Siddhartha Shankar Ray, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, Monomohun Ghose, Ashutosh Mukherjee, Amiya Kumar Bagchi, Upendranath Brahmachari, Surendranath Banerjee, Maitreesh Ghatak, Fazlul Karim, Qazi Motahar Hossain, Ashoke Kumar Sen, Bikash Sinha, Ashok Kumar, Basanta Kumar De, Dakshinaranjan Mukherjee, M. J. Akbar, Sukumar Ray, Nabaneeta Dev Sen, Tapan Raychaudhuri, Sukumar Sen, Haraprasad Shastri, Radhanath Sikdar, Ramgopal Ghosh, Rajshekhar Basu, Subodh Chandra Mullick, Bibek Debroy, Durga Mohan Das, Mohit Sen, Muhammad Shahidullah, Samit Basu, Pramathesh Barua, Surajit Chandra Sinha, Mahendralal Sarkar, Rakhaldas Bandyopadhyay, Amiya Charan Banerjee, Pranab Bardhan, Satyendra Prasanno Sinha, 1st Baron Sinha, Dinabandhu Mitra, Debi Prasad Pal, Acharya Kuber Nath Rai, Ramesh Chandra Majumdar, Atul Chandra Chatterjee, Prasanna Coomar Tagore, A.F. Salahuddin Ahmed, Sarat Chandra Bose, Rasik Krishna Mallick, Rajat Kanta Ray, Hara Chandra Ghosh, Sumit Sarkar, Sib Chandra Deb, Krishna Mohan Banerjee, Ashoke Sen, Rajnarayan Basu, Bhudev Mukhopadhyay, Rudrangshu Mukherjee, Dwij. Seller Inventory # LIE9781155840802

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About this Item: Atlantic. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Translation: its brief history and theory/Suka Joshua. 2. Literary translation: its importance, ways and difficulties/ Mallikarjun Patil. 3. Problems of translation/Bijay Kumar Das. 4. What translation really means/Basudeb Chakraborty. 5. Translation or transcreation/Anjana Tiwari. 6. Reconstructing the tower of Babel: equivalence in translation: a rare case study/Rama Kundu. 7. A comprehensive model of translation criticism/Sunil R. Sawant. 8. Nineteenth century Marathi literary polysystem/Sunil R. Sawant. 9. A note on Dryden's views on translation/Mohit K. Ray. 10. Matthew Arnold on translation/Prasenjit Chattopadhyay. 11. Tagore in translation: a case for revaluation/Subhas Sarkar. 12. Demystifying translation/Niranjan Mohanty. 13. Perspectives on translation: down the centuries/Rama Kundu. Appendix- on translating Homer/Matthew Arnold. "The essays included in the anthology offer a broad, luminous spectrum of translation studies. During the last three decades translation studies or translatology has developed into an independent discipline of rich potentials leading to the establishment of full-fledged departments in many universities. "The history of literary translation in the west is, by and large, the history of two opposing views; freedom versus fidelity; in what fidelity consists and how much freedom a translator can claim. The more conservative school believes that a translator is a traitor if his translation is not literal while the advocates for freedom hold that in literary translation, 262 pp. Seller Inventory # 39359

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Abhijit Dutta; Keka Dutta Roy and Sandeep Sinha

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About this Item: Corpus Research Institute, Kolkata, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Professor Chittabrata Palit life and works/Abhijit Dutta. Appendix Bibliography of the works of Professor Chittabrata Palit/Subrata Pahari. I. Studies in intellectual history 1. Colonial historiography its intellectual origin and perspective on Indian nationalism/Sumanta Niyogi. 2. Erasmus of Rotterdam renaissance humanist/Narasingha P. Sil. 3. Sikh history in the 20 century Marathi writings/Himadri Banerjee. 4. Maratha history a domain of Bengali historians contributions of Acharya Jadunath Sarkar and Surendranath Sen/Karabi Mitra. 5. Voice of the literati the partition and its dissenters in divided Bengal/Ujjal Ray. II. Studies in medical history 6. Medicine and culture in British India/Ira Klein. 7. Small pox and the introduction of vaccination in colonial Bengal/Kabita Ray. 8. Plague and people in Calcutta 1898 1900/Amal Das. 9. Sir Ronald Ross and malaria the colonial perspective/Arabinda Samanta. 10. The profile of Kala azar a historical review/Achintya Kumar Dutta. 11. U.N. Brahmachari and urea stibamin victory over Kala azar/Sandeep Sinha. 12. Drug imperialism and modern Bengal/Subrata Pahari. III. Studies in social history 13. Perspectivising Buddhist humanism a note on its socio economic constructs/Vijay Kumar Thakur. 14. Contradictions and social change India from Indus Valley days to the end of Maurya rule/Amit Bhattacharya. 15. Wild life in India a study in historical perspective/Ajay S. Rawat. 16. Gentlemen's perception of the Antahpur the nineteenth century dichotomy/Ranjit Sen. 17. William Carey and the progress of Indian science and technology/Sunil Kumar Chatterjee. 18. On the banks of Hugli/Basudeb Chattopadhyay. 19. Baptists Brahmos and utilitarians Rammohan Roy and Christianity in Bengal/Nikhiles Guha. 20. Child marriage Malabari and the Indian response/Abhijit Dutta. 21. The Elephant God and the Raj the changing image of the elephant in colonial India/Mahua Sarkar. 22. Folklore as history or history as folklore the portrayal of the revolt of 1857/Ranjit Kumar Roy. 23. Ramlochan Ghosh a progressive liberal of his time/Keka Dutta Roy. IV. Studies in economic history 24. Metals mobility and the peripatetic trends in the photo history of Rajasthan some hypotheses/Nurpur Dasgupta. 25. Agrarian regime in the Chola state/K.A. Mani Kumar. 26. Bengal provincial railway company a Swadeshi enterprise 1890 1905/Subhas Sen. 27. Attitude towards industrial labour shifts in the policy of the Bengal administration (1921 47)/Nirban Basu. 28. Begdiggi Catastrophe the hell underfoot/Rakhi Roychowdhury. 29. Some thoughts on the village and village community of Bangladesh/Ratan Lal Chakraborty. V. Studies in political history 30. The earliest resistance to the British in Tamil Nadu by Pulithevar/S. Kadhirvel. 31. Prisoners in exile a case study of the Andamans under the Raj 1858 1947/Ranjan Chakrabarti. 32. Maharaja Ganga Singh and the chamber of princes/Vidya Nand Singh. 33. Nationalism and popular consciousness Bengal 1942/Suranjan Das. The essays in this volume are in honour of Professor Chittabrata Palit a legendary teacher and leading historian of the country. They explore Prof. Palit's wide range of work in historiography agrarian history business history social history intellectual history women's history history of science and technology environment and medicine. They are written by his friends admirers colleagues and students who are historians of repute in their own right. The volume encompasses all new trends in history uptil now. 552 pp. Seller Inventory # 54511

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Subhas Sarkar

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Poetry and Drama. 3. Eliot's theory of drama. 4. Murder in the Cathedral. 5. The family Reunion. 6. The Cocktail Party. 7. The Confidential Clerk. 8. The elder statesman. 9. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index. Widely acclaimed by Eliot critics both at home and abroad the book has been mentioned in various reference books of international renown such as The Dictionary of Literary Biography (Gale Research Company Detroit Michigan 1982 Vol. 10 Part 1) The International Authors and Writers Who's Who (International Biographical Centre Cambridge May 2000) A History of Indian English Literature by M.K. Naik (Sahitya Akademi 1982) Indian Journal of American Studies (Vol. 18 No. 2 1988) T.S. Eliot Centenary Number (American Studies Research Centre) and various other books of reference. 314 pp. Seller Inventory # 58902

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Mohit K Ray

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Second Revised and Enlarged Edition. Contents Preface. 1. Translation its brief history and theory/Suka Joshua. 2. Literary translation its importance ways and difficulties/Mallikarjun Patil. 3. Translation theory/R. Shanti. 4. Translation theory/K. Krishnamurthy. 5. Problem of translating poetry/Umashankar Joshi. 6. Problems of translation/Bijay Kumar Das. 7. The anxiety of authenticity reflections on literary translation/K. Ayappa Paniker. 8. The politics of postcolonial translation/Harish Trivedi. 9. What translation really means/Basudeb Chakraborty. 10. Translation or transcreation/Anjana Tiwari. 11. Reconstructing the tower of Babel equivalence in translation a rare case study/Rama Kundu. 12. A comprehensive model of translation criticism/Sunil R. Sawant. 13. Nineteenth century Marathi literary polysystem/Sunil R. Sawant. 14. A note on dryden's views on translation/Mohit K. Ray. 15. Matthew Arnold on translation/Prasenjit Chattopadhyay. 16. Tagore in translation a case for revaluation/Subhas Sarkar. 17. Demystifying translation/Niranjan Mohanty. 18. The limits of translation/Bijay Kumar Das. 19. Perspectives on translation down the centuries/Rama Kundu. Appendix on translating homer/Matthew Arnold. Contributors. The essays included in the anthology offer a broad luminous spectrum of translation studies. During the last three decades translation studies or translatology has developed into an independent discipline or rich potentials leading to the establishment of full fledged departments in many universities. The history of literary translation in the west is by and large the history of two opposing views freedom versus fidelity what fidelity consists and how much freedom a translator can claim. The more conservative school believes that a translator is a traitor if his translation is not literal while the advocates for freedom hold that in literary translation paradoxically a translator must be a traitor to the letter in order to be loyal to the spirit because they insist the soul is more important than the body. In addition to giving a brilliant exposition to the history theories and problems of translation the essays also assiduously examine translation in practice revealing in the process subtle nuances and complexities involved in the act of translation. Anybody interested in the study of translation will find the book intellectually stimulating and practically useful. 310 pp. Seller Inventory # 71005

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K V Ramanathan

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About this Item: Dorling Kindersley for Person, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Message from the Satyamurti family. List of abbreviations. Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. 1. 1937 1938 The Provincial Autonomy Experiment. 2. 1936 1942 The Central Legislative Assembly in Action. 3. 1939 1940 One year as the Mayor of Madras. 4. 1939 1940 The impact of World War II. 5. 1941 1942 The drift into the Quit India Movement. Index. The Satyamurti Letters collected in two volumes spans Satyamurti's career as a State MLA in Madras and later in the Delhi Central Assembly where he rose to the position of Deputy Leader of the Congress Party. The Satyamurti Letters Volume II documents the period from 1937 to 1942 through the exchange of letters telegrams and notes between Satyamurti and other political luminaries of the time Mahatma Gandhi Subhas Chandra Bose Sardar Vallabhai Patel Rejendra Prasad Jawaharlal Nehru Maulana Azad James Grigg N.N. Sarkar and many others. Interesting letters include Satyamurti's letter to Mahatma Gandhi voicing fears of linguistic Chauvinism and the need for establishing parliamentary canons about the Speaker's neutrality Satyamurti's letter dated 23 April 1938 exhibiting remarkable prescience about Jinnah's moves correspondence with Subhas Chandra Bose where the charge of treason against Satyamurti for having attended a lunch with P.E. James causes a tiff between the two and many others that reflect the general mood of uncertainty contradiction and Intra Party Friction. The letters of the final chapter expose the Congress Party's inability to evolve a coherent and rational strategy in an unprecedented World War situation where many of the leaders seem confused and at times contradictory. With the Congress drifting into its Quit India mood this volume ends on a poignant note with mass imprisonment immense suffering and the ultimate sacrifice of men like Satyamurti. This invaluable collection of letters telegrams and documents throws considerable light on the styles and strategies of the most famous political figures of the period. It can be best described as a collection of historical snapshots and will be a treasure for historians history students and all lovers of this particular time in India's history. 374 pp. Seller Inventory # 69550

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Ratna Ghosh

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Subhas Chandra Bose His Ideas and Vision Preface. 1. Kranti Pathik Neta Subhas/Manwati Arya. 2. Subhas Chandra the true heir of Swami Vivekananda/Ratna Ghosh. 3. The political philosophy of Netaji Bose/H.N. Sarkar. 4. Sri Aurobindo and Subhas Chandra Bose/Amalendu De. 5. Deshbandhu and Subhas Chandra Bose/Krishna Sen. 6. Rabindranath and Subhas Chandra opposites brought together/Chitra Ghosh. 7. Gandhi Subhas relationship in the context of Indian freedom movement/Prabir Dutta. 8. Subhas Chandra and the revolutionaries/Manju Gopal Mukherjee. 9. Subhas Chandra on youth power/Nanda Mookherjee. 10. Subhas Bose women and revolution in late colonial Bengal a study of harmony in dissonance/Ishanee Mukherjee. 11. Netaji's attitude towards women and his programme regarding women's empowerment in Free India/Lakshmi Sehgal. 12. Subhas Chandra Bose and his concept of socialism/Ashoke Mustafi. 13. Subhas Chandra Bose and the Communist Movement in India a study in ideological and political interactions/Debnarayan Modak. 14. Subhash Chandra Bose and the Indian labour/Nirban Basu. 15. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and national planning/Subrata Gupta. 16. Subhas Chandra Bose and the communal problem a new perspective/Sumit Mukherjee. 17. Subhas Chandra Bose his concept of peace and international order/Subhas Chandra Chatterjee. 18. Subhas Chandra Bose's concept of Free India/D. Dasan. 19. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose a literary appreciation/Chittabrata Palit. 20. Subhas the forgotten hero/Aruna Chatterjee. Index. Vol. II Netaji and Indian National Army (INA) Preface. 1. Bayan Rani Jhansi regiment Ka/Manwati Arya. 2. Ek Rani Ki Kahani/Aruna Chatterjee. 3. New facts on the escape of Subhas Chandra Bose through Afghanistan and USSR to Germany (According to documents from the archives of Russian federation)/Yu N. Tikhonov. 4. Indian legion in Germany/A.V. Raikov. 5. The Indian legion the first revolutionary army of India's freedom/Subhash Chandra Chatterjee. 6. Role of Mohan Singh in the formation of INA/A.V. Raikov. 7. Rash Behari Bose and Subhas Chandra Bose/Manwati Arya. 8. Subhas Chandra Bose's Azad Hind Fauj 1942 45 a structural anatomy/Kaushik Roy. 9. Subhas Chandra Bose INA a fresh look/Pranab Ghosh. 10. Netaji and the Rani of Jhansi regiment/Agamani Lahiri. 11. The Rani of Jhansi regiment and women empowerment/Roma Banerjee. 12. Forgotten soldiers Indian students in Japan during World War II/Grant K. Goodman. 13. The INA's secret service/Tapan Chattopadhyay. 14. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and national integration/Gautam Chando Roy. 15. Bengal students in flame against the I.N.A. trial/Rajarshi Mahapatra. 16. Trial of INA and the mass movement/A.V. Raikov. 17. Beginning of post war upsurge a review 21 November 1945 Calcutta/Bratati Hore. 18. Decisive role of the INA in India's freedom/Girish Chandra Maiti. 19. Netaji an assessment/Ratna Ghosh. Index. Subhas Chandra Bose popularly known as Netaji was an outstanding leader of the Indian National Movement. The life of Subhas reads like a thrilling saga of most dramatic events. Subhas was truly the greatest hero of India's struggle for freedom. Subhas Chandra Bose was born on 23 January 1897 at Cuttack in Orissa. Subhas was almost hypnotized by Swami Vivekananda's teachings seek your salvation in the welfare of humanity. He had found his ideal to which he could devote his whole being. He graduated from the Calcutta University and qualified for the Indian Civil Service. This led to mental conflicts as to whether or not he should join the coveted heaven born service. At last he resigned his attractive career to serve the cause of India's freedom. Subhas Chandra Bose had joined the non cooperation movement and since then had been a promising dynamic young man of the Congress organization. Yet he nurtured revolutionary ideas and was never really fully happy with Gandhiji's philosophy and technique of political agitations. He was convinced that India could not achieve independence without. Seller Inventory # 60151

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About this Item: Atlantic, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. 1. Rabindranath Tagore: poet and dramatist/Asit Bandyopadhyay. 2. Rabindranath Tagore: novelist, short story writer and essayist/Asit Bandyopadhyay. 3. Rabindranath Tagore's poetic perspective: a critical query/Hariom Prasad. 4. 'The flowers bloom a new': a study of Gitanjali/Pralay Kumar Deb. 5. Devotional element in Tagore's poetry: song offerings/Subhas Sarkar. 6. Tagore's Gitanjali and the Joyous kingdom of play/Subir Dhar. 7. The nonsense poetry of Rabindranath Tagore/Subir Dhar. 8. The poetic journey of the twilight years: Yeats, Eliot and Tagore/Subhas Sarkar. 9. Tagore's Punasca: the challenge of Nibaran Chakrabarty/Sivany Biswas. 10. Music in Tagore's poetry: an insight into song offerings/Subhas Sarkar. 11. Resistance and resilience: translating Rabindranath Tagore's songs/Sanjukta Dasgupta. 12. Tagore and T.S. Eliot: poets and religion and humanism/Subhas Sarkar. 13. Use of source material for the development of the theme of martyrdom: Eliot and Tagore: a comparative study/Mohit K. Ray. 14. 'In thine immeasurable mercy and goodness': Buddha in Tagore's imagination/Rama Kundu. Contributors. Vol. II: Preface. 1. Tagore's religion of man: no strait-jacket of religious philosophy/Subhas Sarkar. 2. Influence of the revolutionary movement on Tagore's works/Somnath Roy. 3. Tagore's Gora: a study in the nationalist perspective/KH. Kunjo Singh. 4. Tagore's Ghare-Baire: the conflict of politics and ethics/Santisudha Mukhopadhyaya. 5. The home and the world as a postcolonial text/Subir Dhar. 6. On the tradition trail: a study of Bimala in the home and the world/Santosh Chakrabarti. 7. Tagore on Ghare Baire: aesthetics in command/Mohit K. Ray. 8. Tagore's experiments with the genre of dramatic monologue/Jayanta Bhattacharya. 9. The dramatic dialectics of Rabindranath Tagore: a structural study/Hariom Prasad. 10. Feminine sway in Tagore's plays/Gauri Shankar Jha. 11. Red oleanders as a satire/Basavaraj Naikar. 12. The Ramayana, Raktakarabi and surfacing: an eco-feminist perspective/Mohit K. Ray. 13. Symbolism in Tagore's play the post office/U.S. Rukhaiyar. 14. Breaking free: is Rabindranath's "streer patra" a feminist text?/Sanjukta Dasgupta. 15. Tagore's Binodini: the white lotus of love/S.P. Swain. 16. Tagore's short stories: a critical study/Hariom Prasad. 17. The short stories of Tagore: a breath-taking panorama of human existence/Subir Dhar. 18. Life, mind and the art of Tulasi and Tagore: a comparative perspective/Hariom Prasad. 19. An overview of Tagore's translations/Sibabrata Chattopadhyay. Contributors. "The epithet, "myriad-minded" which Coleridge applied to Shakespeare seems to be more eminently applicable to Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) whose long life of eighty years was marked by ceaseless and torrential flow of creativity manifested in the richness and variety of all kinds of literary forms-dance, drama, music, painting and original organizational activities. Whatever he touched turned into gold. Touching the kindred points of heaven and earth he was both a man of action and of contemplation, a seer and also a pioneer in cooperative movement, a writer of most profound poems and an author of children's text-books including books of science, a nationalist and internationalist a man of royal grandeur like his grandfather, a prince, and an ascetic like his father, a maharshi. He was both a poet and a painter, a dramatist and an actor, a philosopher and a social reformer, an educationist and a humanist. In his philosophy of lie the best of the east and that of the west are reconciled into a harmonious whole enriching the quality and substance of life which he always saw steady and saw it whole. His life was marked as much by Shakespearean fecundity as by protean plasticity. His inclusive mind aspired after the universal man shining in the glory of creation and joie de vivre. Tagore's unfailing faith in man and divinity, his concern for women and solicitation for children, his s. Seller Inventory # 52272

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About this Item: Books LLC, Wiki Series, United States, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 358. Chapters: India art films, Indian action films, Indian children's films, Indian comedy films, Indian crime films, Indian documentary films, Indian drama films, Indian ghost films, Indian horror films, Indian musical films, Indian political films, Indian romance films, Indian short films, Indian silent films, Indian television films, Indian war films, Guzaarish, Dabangg, Pather Panchali, Mr. and Mrs. Iyer, Sholay, Vanaja, 3 Idiots, Raaz - The Mystery Continues, Krrish, Parallel Cinema, Dor, Ankur, Omkara, Fire, Raajneeti, Tees Maar Khan, Anandabhadram, Water, Vivah, Michael Madana Kama Rajan, List of Malayalam horror films, Chandramukhi, Krazzy 4, Veer, Iti Mrinalini, Aparajito, Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, Help, Don, 1920, Golmaal 3, Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte Katha, Shwaas, Tere Bin Laden, Darna Mana Hai, Parzania, Love Aaj Kal, Ardh Satya, Little Terrorist, Bhool Bhulaiyaa, Indian ghost movie, Do Dooni Chaar, The World of Apu, Puli, Munna Bhai M.B.B.S., Wanted, The Angrez, Veerana, The Japanese Wife, Toh Baat Pakki!, Manichithrathazhu, Dil Hai Tumhaara, Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, Marthanda Varma, Madhumati, Yavarum Nalam, Monsoon Wedding, Neelathamara, Phoonk 2, Arjunan Saakshi, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero, Heaven on Earth, Abhijan, Purani Haveli, Anjali, Egaro, Joggers' Park, Paheli, Lakshya, Aetbaar, The Untitled Kartik Krishnan Project, Maqbool, Bandit Queen, Krishna Cottage, Mirch, In Harihar Nagar, Anwar, Mines are mine, Sarkar, Hera Pheri, Purana Mandir, Apthamitra, Bobby, Sparsh, Maine Pyar Kiya, Mannar Mathai Speaking, The Last Lear, Astitva, No Smoking, Harishchandrachi Factory, Phir Hera Pheri, Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam, Malamaal Weekly, Pachhadlela, Gupt: The Hidden Truth, Gaja Gamini, Mounam Pesiyadhe, Khosla Ka Ghosla, Mahek, Arundhati, K. Seller Inventory # LIE9781157197010

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Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya, Delhi (2006)

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Vegetation ecology crisis of macrophytes of Udhuwa Lake Rajmahal (Jharkhand)/Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra. 2. Environmental and ecological impact of genetically modified organisms/I. Sundar. 3. Influence of thermal stratification on dissolved oxygen in Subhas Sarobar Kolkata/N.R. Samal D. Roy A Mazumdar and B. Bose. 4. Dust accumulation studies at Hyderabad/Nirmala Babu Rao I. Sobha Rani and Amena. 5. Water quality index for ground water affected with bicycle manufacturing industrial wastes an environmental quality audit/Vineeta Shukla Sharda Abusaria Monika Dhankhar and K.V. Sastry. 6. Changes in sodium and potassium ratio in pressmud with influence of earthworm Eisenia foetida (savigny)/Pramod Kumar Shweta. 7. Status and assessment of noise pollution level at Rewa town/Bhupesh Kumar Mishra. 8. Age related changes in biochemical parameters in long bones of Indian Toad Bufo melanostictus/B.N. Andia and H.N. Behera. 9. Distribution of Salmonella antibodies in the Sera of normal individuals in Vivekanandha hospital Tiruchengode Tamil Nadu/S. Rajalakshmi N. Kavitha and S. Uma. 10. Antimicrobial activity of Premna tomentosa willd. to chosen pathogenic bacteria/J. Matrtin Rathi and S. Gopalakrishnan. 11. Effect of polyvinyl pyrrolidone and dimethyl sulphoxide on ethyl cellulose transdermal patches of Verapamil hydrochloride/S.K. Sahoo S. Chatterjee D. Sahu S.K. Mishra and B.B. Barik. 12. Effect of scrotal heating on the reproductive organs of the laboratory rat Rattus norwegicus/W. Vidyarani. 13. Magnesium in scalp hair and fingernails in relation to different parameters/Rita Mehra and Meenu Juneja. 14. Heavy metal pollution in river Tunga Bhadra and Tungabhadra at Kudali Near Shimoga Karnataka/G. Suresha K. Ramadas andE.T. Puttaiah. 15. Chemical impact on the histological studies on the thyroid in the freshwater fish Channa orientalis (sch.)/S.V. Deshmukh and K.M. Kulkarni. 16. Thrombocytopenic effect of buprenorphine in mice/Dhriti Banerjee and Nirmal Kumar Sarkar. 17. Environmental induced changes in the biomodal gas exchange and haematology of facultative air breathing fish mystus punctatus (Jerdon)/R. Devika G.M. Natarajan N. Parthi P. Esther Joice P. Palanisamy N. Bhuvaneshwari G. Sasikala and S. Binu Kumari. 18. Investigation of drinking water quality of Basavanhole Tank with reference to physico chemical characteristics/J. Narayana R. Purushothama B.R. Kiran K.P. Ravindra Kumar and E.T. Puttaiah. 19. Histological alternations in Tadpoles of Bufo Melanostictus exposed to a sublethal concentration of chromium/D. Anusuya D.J. Prakash and I. Christy. 20. Urban development and sound level in Ichalkaranji city Maharashtra/C.T. Pawar and M.V. Joshi. 21. Studies on limnological characteristics of Guruvayanakere Pond near Belthangady S.K. district/B.A. Kumara Hegde G. Suresha K. Ramadas and B. Yashovarma. 22. Diel variation in waterfowl during winter at Sirpur Tank Indore/Manjeet Malhotra M.M. Prakash and K. Pawar. 23. Removal of heavy metals from electroplating industrial effluent using plants phytoremediation/S. Anitha V. Mahesh and C. Sheela Sasikumar. 24. Effects of DAP toxicity on certain hematological parameters of acridotheres tristis/Anant Kumar R.K. Yadav and B.P. Akela. 25. Comparison of mosquito fauna in Srivilliputhur town and Krishnankovil village Tamil Nadu/K. Karuppasamy and T. Sooravan. 26. Biodegradation of Tannery effluent using pseudomonas aeruginosa and Bacillus subtilis/P. Mythili K.T.P.B. Ponneelan R. Suchitra and M. Poonkothai. 27. Pesticide disrupted ovarian physiology and biochemistry of Channa striata/G.M. Natarajan D. Kalavathi N. Parthi P. Esther Joice P. Palanisamy G. Sasikala and N. Bhuvaneshwari. 28. Effect of metal poisoning on total body ascorbic acid in Sphaerodema rusticum (Belostomatidae Hemiptera)/S. Mumtazuddin and S. Ehteshamuddin. 29. Microbial contamination in drinking water cause detection and remedy/M.K. Bhutra and Ambica Soni. 30. Analysis and seasonal comparative st. Seller Inventory # 57906

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edited by A. Hemantaranjan

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. Special Supplements: 1. S1. DNA damage and repair detection in plant genetic resources Connotation in climate resilient agriculture/A. K. Trivedi, S. K. Verma, R. K. Tyagi and A. Hemantaranjan. 2. S2. GA signaling: A key regulator of aleurone function/Chun Mei Chang and Suresh Gopal Bhagwat. 3. S3. Role of melanin in the biology of spot blotch pathogen of barley and its management/Manoj Kumar, Kavita Shah and Ramesh Chand. 4. S4. Potential effect of plant secondary metabolites on Alzheimer s disease/Renu Singh and Hiral Gadhavi. 5. S5. Potential Applications of Nanotechnology in Agriculture/A. K. Trivedi and A. Hemantaranjan. I. Molecular Physiology of Abiotic Stresses: 1. Physiological role of DREB transcription factors engineered to enhance drought resistance in rice/D. Vijayalakshmi and M. Raveendran. 2. Effect of drought and high temperature on physiological traits and wheat production/T.P. Singh, Jyoti Kumari, Rashmi Yadav and Pravin Prakesh. 3. Physiology of root shoot signaling in plants under drought/K. Vanitha, T. Parthasarathi and S. Mohandass. 4. Generation of reactive oxygen species and defensive role of antioxidants in plants under stressed conditions/Deepti Shankhdhar and Shailesh Chandra Shankhdhar. 5. Plant adaptation mechanisms in phosphorus-deprived soil: Mitigation of stress and way to balanced nutrition/Subhas Sarkar, Debarati Bhaduri, K. Chakraborty. 6. An update on effects of nitric oxide under abiotic stresses in higher plants/Prerna Singh and Kavita Shah. 7. Potential of salt hyperaccumulator plants in salinity phytoremediation/Rajiv Angrish and Sarita Devi. 8. Significance of soil-root system and aquaporins for water homeostasis in plant- A Review/Prasann Kumar. 9. Plants response to water in excess: An overview of its molecular mechanism/M.K. Adak, S. Banerjee N. Ghosh, C. Mandal and N. Dey. II. Nutriophysiology: 10. Copper in Plants: An essential and multifunctional element/Enrique J. Baran. 11. FABA BEAN: Nutritional values and prospects for trait improvement/Subodh K. Sinha. 12. Nutrient and its management: Prospect and challenges under the changing environment scenario/Dhiman Mukherjee. III. Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria: 13. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria: Beneficial rhizospheric microbes improving crop performance through multiple mechanisms/Sushmita and Pravin Prakash. 14. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria an approach for biofortification in cereal grains/Ashish Sharma, Deepti Shankhdhar and Shailesh Chandra Shankhdhar. IV. AMF and Micropropagated Medicinal Plants: 15. Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) on acclimatization and growth enhancement of micropropagated medicinal plants/Kuldeep Yadav, Narender Singh and Ashok Aggarwal. Comprehensive Review: i. Brassinosteroids research- A review/N. Raghava, K. Srivastava, S. Srivastava and R.P. Raghava. Subject Index. Relevance of the basic science of Plant Physiology has been highly recognized for holistic agricultural development. Plant Physiology is in essence the foundation of plant molecular biology. Judicious knowledge of the extensive researches carried out in the last several decades have been radiating immense knowledge for manipulation of crop development for improving their yield efficiency. The underlying mechanisms of plant responses to abiotic stresses and plant nutrition have been known up to molecular level, though efforts are being made to understand intricate physiological, biochemical and molecular mechanisms under varied agro-climatic conditions in crops and their varieties either individually or in groups. Our objective is to publish innovative science of value across the broad disciplinary range and hence, the publication of the book entitled "Physiological Efficiency for Crop Improvement", which could have been possible for invigorating the science of agriculture and crop production under Crop Improvement Programme, especially under the changing climate. Promisingly special r. Seller Inventory # 115081

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. Special Supplements: 1. S1. DNA damage and repair detection in plant genetic resources Connotation in climate resilient agriculture/A. K. Trivedi, S. K. Verma, R. K. Tyagi and A. Hemantaranjan. 2. S2. GA signaling: A key regulator of aleurone function/Chun Mei Chang and Suresh Gopal Bhagwat. 3. S3. Role of melanin in the biology of spot blotch pathogen of barley and its management/Manoj Kumar, Kavita Shah and Ramesh Chand. 4. S4. Potential effect of plant secondary metabolites on Alzheimer s disease/Renu Singh and Hiral Gadhavi. 5. S5. Potential Applications of Nanotechnology in Agriculture/A. K. Trivedi and A. Hemantaranjan. I. Molecular Physiology of Abiotic Stresses: 1. Physiological role of DREB transcription factors engineered to enhance drought resistance in rice/D. Vijayalakshmi and M. Raveendran. 2. Effect of drought and high temperature on physiological traits and wheat production/T.P. Singh, Jyoti Kumari, Rashmi Yadav and Pravin Prakesh. 3. Physiology of root shoot signaling in plants under drought/K. Vanitha, T. Parthasarathi and S. Mohandass. 4. Generation of reactive oxygen species and defensive role of antioxidants in plants under stressed conditions/Deepti Shankhdhar and Shailesh Chandra Shankhdhar. 5. Plant adaptation mechanisms in phosphorus-deprived soil: Mitigation of stress and way to balanced nutrition/Subhas Sarkar, Debarati Bhaduri, K. Chakraborty. 6. An update on effects of nitric oxide under abiotic stresses in higher plants/Prerna Singh and Kavita Shah. 7. Potential of salt hyperaccumulator plants in salinity phytoremediation/Rajiv Angrish and Sarita Devi. 8. Significance of soil-root system and aquaporins for water homeostasis in plant- A Review/Prasann Kumar. 9. Plants response to water in excess: An overview of its molecular mechanism/M.K. Adak, S. Banerjee N. Ghosh, C. Mandal and N. Dey. II. Nutriophysiology: 10. Copper in Plants: An essential and multifunctional element/Enrique J. Baran. 11. FABA BEAN: Nutritional values and prospects for trait improvement/Subodh K. Sinha. 12. Nutrient and its management: Prospect and challenges under the changing environment scenario/Dhiman Mukherjee. III. Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria: 13. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria: Beneficial rhizospheric microbes improving crop performance through multiple mechanisms/Sushmita and Pravin Prakash. 14. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria an approach for biofortification in cereal grains/Ashish Sharma, Deepti Shankhdhar and Shailesh Chandra Shankhdhar. IV. AMF and Micropropagated Medicinal Plants: 15. Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) on acclimatization and growth enhancement of micropropagated medicinal plants/Kuldeep Yadav, Narender Singh and Ashok Aggarwal. Comprehensive Review: i. Brassinosteroids research- A review/N. Raghava, K. Srivastava, S. Srivastava and R.P. Raghava. Subject Index. The Advances in Plant Physiology, Volume 15 has been devoted for commendable contributions from praiseworthy scientists of eminence in unequivocal fields strongly suggesting precise themes for making meticulous research for holistic development of the science of agriculture and crop production especially under changing climate. Auspiciously, special reviews as special supplement elevate the status of Volume 15 with added dimensions, which are thought provoking for researchers and readers, followed by much needed fifteen remarkable review articles distributed in four appropriate major sections of Molecular Physiology of Abiotic Stresses, Nutriophysiology, Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria and AMF and Micropropagated Medicinal Plants along with an exhaustive and comprehensive review article written by praiseworthy contributors of eminence in unequivocal fields mainly from premier institutions of India and abroad. This volume would be tremendously a productive reference book for acquiring advanced knowledge by faculties, post-graduate and Ph.D. scholars in response to the innovative. Seller Inventory # 115073

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