Isotopic age of Peninsular and extra-Peninsular India: a review: 1. General.
2. Southern Granulite Terrain.
3. Karnataka/Dharwar Craton.
4. Transition zone.
5. Eastern Ghats Mobile Belt.
6. Eastern Indian Craton.
7. Central Indian Precambrian.
8. Western and Northern Indian Precambrian.
9. Purana Basins.
10. Basic Dykes.
11. Deccan traps.
13. Lesser Himalaya.
14. Higher Himalaya.
II. Isotopic age database of Peninsular and Extra-Peninsular India: 1.
Tamil Nadu. 2.
Andhra Pradesh. 5.
Bihar and West Bengal. 7.
Madhya Pradesh. 8.
Western Region. 10.
Western and Northern Indian Precambrian. 11.
Lesser Himalaya. 12.
Higher Himalaya. 13.
Locality index. Appendix: Isotope Map of India.
From the Foreword: "This special publication is the first attempt by GSI on detailed computerized geochronological database with details of analytical parameters of each age data on the entire rocks of India including both the(less)
Theory, Selection and Design of Air Pollution Control Equipment: 1. State of world environment.
2. State of technology.
3. Emission standards and regulations.
4. Selection of control equipment.
5. Gas-particle interaction.
6. Mechanical dust collector.
7. Fabric filter.
8. Electrostatic precipitator.
10. Some useful definitions, formulae and conversion chart.
Applications of Air Pollution Control Equipment: 1. Applications of APC equipment in industries.
2. Flue gas desulphurisation and denitrification.
4. Gas conditioning.
5. System design.
6. Emission measurement.
7. Design of chimney.
8. Design of dust handling equipment.
9. Some aspects of structural design of dust collectors.
11. Handling explosive dusts.
12. Costing of APC equipment.
"Air Pollution Control is largely based on the practical experience gathered from the actual installations over the years. This book in two volumes attempts to share the practical knowledge and long experience of the author in the field of(less)
The prelude. 2.
The predecessors. 3.
The pioneers. 4.
Shakir Ali's Panj Piyare. 5.
The art of Malamat. 6.
The young Turks and others. 7.
Ideological divide. 8.
Feminine space. 9.
Art on the fringe. 10.
The proscribed art. Conclusion.
"This is a first-ever history of art written in the country, which discusses artistic forms and personal identities of artists as a discourse on the modern and contemporary art of Pakistan. The first two chapters deal with the subcontinental art scene against the background of the decay of Mughal painting, the emergence of company painting and, finally, the triumph of the western style of Raj painting, and reaction against it from Abanindranath Tagore and Chughtai.
The author argues that Pakistani art is a distinct facet of the Muslim heritage of the subcontinent. The works of Zubeida Agha, Shakir Ali, and other pioneers of modern art, have been analysed in detail,(less)
Nilakantha Somayaji (1444-1545 AD) : the astute astronomer of Kerala and his works/K.V.
Planetary models in Indian and Greek astronomical traditions/M.S.
Nilakantha’s revision of the traditional Indian planetary model/K. Ramasubramanian.
4. Geometrical picture of planetary motion according to Nilakantha/M.
5. Quasi - Keplerian model of Suryasiddhanta/S.
True longitudes of planets and variable epicycles in the Aryabhatan school/S. Balachandra Rao, Padmaja Venugopal, and S.
7. Samanta Chandra Sekhara and his treatise Siddhantadarpana/L.
Persian astronomical tables composed in India/Farid Ghasemlou and Negar Naderi. 9.
Islamic astronomy in India during 16-18 centuries and its interaction with traditional Indian astronomy/S.M.
Razaullah Ansari. 10.
Nilakantha’s geometrical demonstration of sums of series of natural numbers/V. Madhukar Mallayya.
11. Derivation of the Samskaras applied to the Madhava series in Yuktibhasha/Jolly K.
John. "The year 200 was the five-hundredth anniversary of the composition of the celebrated astronomical text Tantrasangraha by(less)
As areas of specific concern for India, Ray lists population growth, the quality and stock of human resources, access to energy resources, and agrarian reform. But beyond these more immediate concerns his study is concerned with fundamental questions of good governance in India(less)
Fifty years of United Nations. 2.
United Nations system. 3.
United Nations and World Affairs. 4.
Restructuring, reforming, reorganising the UN system. 5.
Towards better global Governance. Volume II: UN: A National Perspective: Preface.
1. Major conflicts around the world, preventive diplomacy and conflict resolution.
2. Foundations of global peace and human rights: the UN perspective.
3. UN intervention and peace enforcement.
4. Peace-making and peace-keeping : a regional focus.
5. Peace-keeping : a national perspective.
Volume III: UN: The Peace Initiatives: Preface. 1.
Peace initiatives and UN. 2.
UN peace and disarmament agenda. 3.
UN social and political agenda. 4.
UN and human rights agenda. 5.
UN and world peace. Volume IV: UN: Redefining Development Goals: Preface.
1. Global development goals and UN.
2. Internation trade and economic goals.
3. Achieving social and cultural goals.
4. Towards restoring environment and poverty.
5. Redefining development and(less)
Paroda Edited by R.S.
Paroda and K.L.
Chadha Vedams Books Accountancy Audit Afghanistan AIDS Amitabh Bachchan Animal Science Poultry, Cattle Camel Cattle and Dairy Farming Poultry Zoological Survey of India Publication Anthropology and Sociology Anthropological Survey of India Publications Architecture Vastu Arts of India Archaeology Mohenjodaro/Harappa/Indus Valley Civilization Art History Buddhist Art Mandalas Painting Pahari Rock Art Sculpture Textiles Art Astrology Palmistry Astronomy Ayurveda Bangladesh Bhutan Biographies and Memoirs Botanical Sciences Agronomy Algae Aromatic Plants Bamboo Biodiversity Botanical Survey of India Publications Ethnobotany/Medicinal Plants Floras of India Forestry Fungi/Mosses Herbs Horticulture Grape Mango Mushrooms Jatropha Mangroves Orchids Organic Farming Plant Science Teak Buddhism Central Asian Studies Children Christianity Cinema/Films Cricket Cuisine Dalits Dance and Performing Arts Bharatanatyam Kathak Kathakali Theatre Demography Dictionaries/Glossaries Ecology/Environment Economics/Dev Studies Education Distance Education English Literature Indian Fiction Entomology Geography Climatology Geological Sciences Geological Survey of India Publication Government Publications(less)
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, reconnoitre West Africa through the eyes of Mary Kingsley and Gerald Durrell, visit Chinua Achebe and then end up with the Afro-American novels(less)
Introduction: search for the literary universal. 2.
Alamkara and the rhetorical school. 3.
Indian theory of guna and dosa, in kavyasarira, and stylistics and the western theory of form. 4.
Vakrokti and oblique poetry. 5.
Svabhavokti and statement poetry..
6. Aucitya and decorum.
7. Dhvani and suggestion.
8. Rasa and pleasure.
9. Indian theory of Sphota and Derrida's theory of Ecriture.
10. Imitation: Bharata and Aristotle.
"The fact that literature, though culture-bound and period-based, has a universal and timeless appeal implies that there is something in a literary work, which, for lack of any better term, may be called literary universal that transcends time and space across lands and cultures. The speculations of the aestheticians of the west and of India, about the locus of literariness or what constitutes literariness, though in all probability developed independently, have many ideas in common.
The book explores the affinities and differences(less)
Culture fishery: 1. Aquaculture in freshwater impoundment.
2. Aquaculture in brackishwater impoundment.
II. Capture fishery: 3.
The Kulti Estuary. 4.
The Bhagirathi Hooghly Estuary. III.
The Sundarban Delta: 1. Introduction.
2. Biological characteristics of the main Sundarbans.
3. Common fish and crustaceans of the Mangrove.
4. The Estuarine fishery of Sundarban Delta : its trend.
5. Analysis of fish landing from the Hooghly-Malta Estuarine system of Sundarban Delta during 1966-67 to 1970-71.
6. The Hilsa fishery.
7. Winter migratory Bagnet fishery of the Hooghly Estuary.
8. The gear.
Past and present of Sundarban Delta: 1. Kolkata Wetland - a nightmare of the past.
2. Canals of Kolkata - their impact on the Sundarbans ecosystem.
3. Metamorphosis of Sundarban Delta - its impact on aquatic life.
4. Progressive environmental changes of the Sundarban Delta and the Estuarine ecosystem vis a vis fish abundance and their composition.
5. Sequence of morpho-ecological events(less)
Policies of food security: an agenda for change/Madhura Swaminathan. 2.
Globalization-yet another threat to food security and regional parity in India/Ashok Kumar Maiti and Subhendu Chakrabarti. 3.
Food security and agricultural growth: prospects for the North-Eastern region/M.P.
Food insecurity in India with special reference to North Eastern region/P.M.
Food security of North East India for twenty-first century/S.N.
Sarma and S.B.
Agriculture should get high priority in the North-East/V.S.
Determinants of production and instability of rice in North Eastern states of India/S.B.
Datta and Kh. B.
The 21 century and the emerging scenario and issues of social science research in North-East India/K. Alam.
9. Some issues of social science research in North-East India in the 21 century/S.
10. Social science research in the N.
E. region in the 21 century/B.
11. Identifying researchable issues for 21 century N.
The Great Revolution of 1857. 2.
Contributors of Extremist Movement. 3.
Muslim politics and struggle. 4.
Role of moderates and extremists. 5.
Establishment of Indian National Congress. 6.
Contribution of Swarajya Party. 7.
Gandhiji and Non-Cooperation Movement. 8.
Movement of Civil Disobedience. 9.
Cripps Mission in India. 10.
Growth of Left Ideology. 11.
Swadeshi Movement. 12.
Report on Simon Commission. 13.
Attainment of freedom and interim government. Index.
"The struggle for freedom in India and the Indian states was committed to the realisation of the freedom of India from the British Rule and the unity of the Indian people. It was also committed to political change, aimed to reconstitute India into a self-governing democratic and secular state.
It was also committed to social reform and economic reorganisation, which ensured the Indian people, equality, liberty and freedom and protection against discrimination. In this book an attempt has been made to summarize the events(less)
In his philosophy of life the best of the East and that of the West are reconciled into a harmonious whole. His inclusive mind aspired after the Universal Man shining in the glory of creation and joie de vivre.
With the passage of time, Tagore, our first Nobel laureate, has only grown in stature and is now reckoned as an increasingly significant and rich personality and a genius for all times(less)
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