Dimensions of terrorism in Punjab. 2.
The death of a hero: rise and fall of V.P.
The danger within: threat from subversion. 4.
Memorial at Hussainiwala: lack of national pride. 5.
Caste tensions and turbulence in the society. 6.
Atrocities on SCs and STs and the rise of Dalit consciousness. 7.
The travail of Disharmony: the facets of communalism. 8.
Bureaucracy, corruption and social change. 9.
At the stroke of midnight: unfulfilled promises. Annexures.
"This book is in the form of random reflections regarding various aspects touching the integrity of our country. At the dawn of independence we all cherished visions of grandeur and glory, but that hope has been belied.
The country is now rocked by the problem of terrorism, rise of communalism, casteism and social disharmony, and has recently witnessed communal riots and considerable caste tensions. The mindless killings in Punjab due to terrorism and chain(less)
The next six sections develop an understanding of the relationships between organ systems and enable students to grasp how these systems interact to maintain of homeostasis. This accessible text's encouraging tone and excellent variety of pedagogical features, including What You Will Learn, What You Should Know, What Did You Learn?, and Breaching Homeostasis: When Things Go Wrong sections, will help students assess their learning and maximize their subject knowledge.
A unique text, Anatomy and Physiology provides enough detail to satisfy well-prepared students, while the personal and(less)
The Balakanda. 3.
The Ayodhya-kanda. 4.
The Aranya-kanda. 5.
The Kishkindha. 6.
The Sundara-kanda. 7.
The Yddhakanda. 8.
The Uttara kanda. 9.
Character of Rama. 13.
Character of Ravana. 19.
Position of women. 21.
Caste-system in the Ramayana. 22.
Economic life. 23.
Social life in the Ramayana. 24.
The Adhyatma Ramayana. 25.
The Ramopakhyana of the Mahabharata. 26.
The Raghuvansa of Kalidasa. 27.
Other works connected with the Ramayana. 28.
The Janakiharanam of Kumaradasa. "The critical edition of the Ramayana was undertaken in the year 1960 and completed in 1973 at Baroda (M.
The first editor was G.H.
Bhatt (Balakanda); the second was P.L.
Vaidya; Who edited the Ayodhyakanda in the year 1962; and it runs to 111 chapters and in size, it is second only to the Yuddhakanda. The Aranyakanda,(less)
2. The phylum chordata.
3. Essential features of lower types.
4. External anatomy and adaptive radiation in Gnathostomes.
5. General features of chordate development.
6. The comparative anatomy of the skin and the exoskeleton.
7. The endoskeleton: the comparative anatomy of the vertebral column and ribs.
8. The endoskeleton: the comparative anatomy of the Girdles, the sternum, and the paired appendages.
9. The endoskeleton: the comparative anatomy of the skull and the visceral skeleton.
10. The comparative anatomy of the muscular system.
11. The comparative anatomy of the Coelom and of the digestive and respiratory systems.
12. The comparative anatomy of the circulatory system.
13. The comparative anatomy of the Urogenital System.
14. The comparative anatomy of the nervous system and the sense organs.
"In this second enlarged and expanded edition the author has attempted not only to give the laboratory directions for the dissection of(less)
The role of information technology (IT) control and audit has become a critical mechanism for ensuring the integrity of information systems (IS) and the reporting of organization finances to avoid and hopefully prevent future financial fiascos such as Enron and WorldCom. Global economies are more interdependent than ever and geopolitical risks impact everyone.
Electronic infrastructure and commerce are integrated in business processes around the globe. Corporate and information processing management recognized that computers were key resources for competing in the business environment and similar to other valuable business resource within the organization, and therefore, the need for(less)
Introduction to mollusca. 2.
Classification of mollusca. 3.
Diversity of mollusca. 4.
Morphology of mollusca. 5.
Anatomy and physiology of mollusca. 6.
Evolution of muscle systems. Molluscs represent one of the largest and most diverse phyla in the entire animal kingdom.
Next to the arthropods, they have the most named species in the animal kingdom. Molluscs both extinct and living compromise about 11 per cent of all animal species that have ever evolved during the entire course of earthy history.
The diversity of the phylum is shown by the seven known classes, which are represented by the snails, mussels, oysters, clams, squids, octopuses and scallops. Although extremely diverse, the phylum is united by a common ground plan of anatomic and morphologic similarities.
The name mollusca is derived from the Latin molluscus, meaning soft. The book is designed so that selected parts can be used for graduate and post-graduate courses.
The present book(less)
Her daughter Marion tested recipes and made the illustrations, and they sold their mother-daughter project from Irma's apartment. Today, nine revisions later, the Joy of Cooking -- selected by The New York Public Library as one of the 150 most important and influential books of the twentieth century -- has taught tens of millions of people to cook, helped feed and delight millions beyond that, answered countless kitchen and food questions, and averted many a cooking crisis.
Ethan Becker, Marion's son, leads the latest generation of JOY, still a family affair, into the twenty-first century with a 75th anniversary edition that draws upon the best of the past while keeping its eye on the way we cook now. It features a rediscovery of the witty, clear voices of Marion Becker and Irma Rombauer, whose first instructions to the cook were "stand facing the stove.
Plant biotechnology. 2.
Livestock farming. 3.
Food biotechnology. 4.
Agriculture management. 5.
Genetically modified crops. 6.
Harvesting of fruits and vegetables. 7.
Silk culture. 8.
Challenges of agricultural biotechnology. Bibliography.
Index. "Agricultural Science and Technology is a book which has been written to serve the purpose of assessing and analysing the nature of relationship between agriculture, and science and technology.
Encompassing a wide range of contents, from research and development in agronomy to the current trends and developments in agriculture, this book is a comprehensive manual. Some of the issues included are production technology in agriculture, improving agricultural productivity in terms of quantity and quality, products, prevention and correction of adverse environmental effects, understanding traditional agricultural systems such as which serve to feed most people in the world, maintaining ecological balance etc.
The current status of agriculture has been thoroughly looked into, and the challenges and problems facing this field, the emerging(less)
I. Acarine biodiversity: 2.
Plant mites. 3.
Stored product mites. 4.
Soil mites. 5.
Housedust mites. 6.
Parasitic mites. 7.
Water mites. II.
Acarological techniques: 8. Collection and extraction of acarines.
9. Preparations and mounting.
10. Labeling and housing the collection.
11. Culturing techniques.
III. Acarine as biocontrol agents: 14.
Acarines for insect control. 15.
Acarines for nematode control. 16.
Acarines for weed control. Glossary.
"Acarines are prominent pests of field crops, granaries, warehouses and animals (arthropods, birds) causing heavy financial losses. House dust acarines are notorious agents of allergic reactions in human beings and other mammals.
Acarines because of their small size and cryptic habitat are difficult to detect and hence most of the time infestations are overlooked. Once established in a new area, certain biological characteristics like high fecundity, various modes of reproduction, short life cycles, a myriad of dispersal techniques and adaptability to(less)
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