It provides a detailed of the risks and challenges associated with international banking, especially in the present scenario of global markets. The book is written in four modules, wherein each module covers one particular topic to make it easy for the reader to grasp it.
The first module of the book is devoted to the discussion of the essential aspects of international banking. It describes, basically, the journey of the evolution of the global monetary system over years.
The second module consists of information on the dynamic global foreign exchange. It also deals with money markets and the emphasis throughout remains on the Indian markets.
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First published in 1935, this book offers refreshing insights into British India and contains over two hundred rare and fascinating photographs. Beyond the apparent purposes of these images--as picturesque views, scientific records of the architectural past and socio-cultural survey - deeper consideration influenced the way these images have been presented.
These views are enduring records of minds as well as monuments, and exist today as artefacts of the visual culture of the Raj. A millennium and a half separates the first photograph in this book from the last.
The noble simplicity and reposeful grandeur of the first reveals hellenistic influence(less)
Hayat's father is less enthusiastic. Ever wary of fundamentalism, he doesn't relish the idea of Mina's fervid devotion under his roof.
What no one expects is that when Mina shows Hayat the beauty of the Quran, it will utterly transform him.Mina's real magic may be that the Shah household becomes a happy one.
But when Mina catches the eye of a Jewish doctor and family friend, Hayat's jealousy is enflamed by the community's anti-Semitism - and he acts with catastrophic consequences for those he loves most(less)
2. Western impact and the Muslim responses.
3. The Muslim institute-foundation and objectives.
4. Ideological orientation.
Index. "Contemporary Islamic response to the West is a valuable book written by Dr.
Abdul Majid Khan. He has very painstakingly, and with competence, investigated the problem a tricky one, indeed and evaluated the contributions of many leading Muslim thinkers to it.
He begins, naturally enough, with Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and Iqbal and goes on through Maulana Maudoodi, Syed Qutb and Shariati to Dr. Kalim Siddiqui.
The views of all these thinkers are worth pondering because of the complexity of the problems involved in their political and ideological ramifications. If we believe in the perennial wisdom and practicality of the Islamic world-view and tenets of faith we should apply ourselves with firmness of conviction and lucidity of logic to see how best we can come to terms with the(less)
Gateways to Taj. 2.
The Taj Mahal. 3.
The interiors. 4.
The architectural wonder. 5.
Mehmankhana and the Masjid. 6.
The Yamuna, village and the Taj. From the Introduction: "Taj Mahal, the world's best known tomb and also one of the most eclectic creations of man, encapsulates a timeless love story of a great emperor and his beautiful wife.
When a grieving Shah Jahan, the fifth Mughal emperor built this icon of white luminous marble as a tribute to his departed wife Mumtaz Mahal, it was more than just art and architecture; it was a great eulogy to sublime love. Everyone who visits the Taj, takes away his or her impressions and experiences of the mausoleum.
Innumerable romantic tales and colourful fantasies have been woven around it. Writers, poets, artists, photographers and avid travellers are drawn towards it time and again.
The smooth marble veneer of the Taj is responsive to every(less)
In a sweeping narrative that follows Franklin's life from Boston to Philadelphia to London and Paris and back, Isaacson chronicles the adventures of the spunky runaway apprentice who became, during his 84-year life, America's best writer, inventor, media baron, scientist, diplomat, and business strategist, as well as one of its most practical and ingenious political leade He explores the wit behind Poor Richard's Almanac and the wisdom behind the Declaration of Independence, the new nation's alliance with France, the treaty that ended the Revolution, and the compromises that created a near-perfect Constitution. Above all, Isaacson shows how Franklin's unwavering faith in the wisdom of the common citizen and his instinctive(less)
Gandhi at Tolstoy farm "a center of spiritual purification and penance". 2.
Gandhi, Tolstoy, and the Tolstoyans. 3.
Truth and nonviolence: the Gandhian way in ethics. 4.
Gandhi and the black people of South Africa. 5.
Suffragettes and Satyagraha: Gandhi and the British Women's Suffrage Movement. 6.
Gandhi and the theosophists. 7.
The mythologization of Gandhi. 8.
Gandhi and the ethical societies. 9.
Mr. Gandhi's Baptist friends.
10. From petition to Swaraj: Gandhi in London, 1906-1909.
11. Gandhi, Thoreau and Adin Ballou.
12. The second life of Mrs.
Mayo. Appendices: 1.
A guide to Gandhi's London. 2.
Gandhi in South Africa: a critical look at the books about this era. 3.
James D. Hunt, published works.
"In this far-reaching series of essays, author James Hunt examines the complex set of influences which helped shape Mohandas K. Gandhi leading to the transformation of an anglophile Indian lawyer into the Mahatma of(less)
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It is divided into four different parts. The contents highlight the salient aspects that surround the economy in the rural sector and explore the different fronts of rural finance.
The different schemes offered by the government agencies such as poverty alleviation, housing and education loans, and also the monetary schemes run by different NGOs and micro finance institutions are elaborately explained in Rural(less)
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