It also covers the topics such as strict liability and other general concept relating to the taxation. *(less)
Origin of education. ii.
Aims of education. iii.
Types of education. iv.
Difference between formal and non-formal education. v.
Correspondence, distance and open education. vi.
Objectives of the study. vii.
Scope of the study. References.
2. Distance education i.
Concept of distance education. ii.
Characteristics of distance education. iv.
Scope of distance education. v.
History and development of distance education. vi.
Distance education system. vii.
Distance education evaluation model. viii.
Autonomous distance education institutions. ix.
Types of programmes offered by open universities and correspondence course institutes. x.
Services provided by open and correspondence institutes. xi.
Admission procedure. xii.
Course material. xiii.
Library facilities. xvii.
Role of academic, special and public libraries. xviii.
Study centres. xix.
Students support service. xx.
Library and information science education through distance mode: i. Objectives.
ii. LIS education through distance mode: an overview.
3. The child artiste.
4. The householder.
5. Dance instruction in Chennai.
6. The Guru.
7. The Shishyas.
8. Kalanidhi specials.
9. Awards and recognitions.
10. Compositions and inspirations.
Afterword. From the introduction: "Guru Kalanidhi--Expressing Dance, Expressing Life' is about this legend and her superspeciality, abhinaya.
It is in part a personal history, whenever and wherever it connects to her dance career. It is also unavoidably an exploration of the time, place and family space she grew up in and was nurtured by, leading to a biography of sorts.
In poring over the details of her life I began to see more than just one individual's journey. A picture of an era emerges from within the layers and between the lines of my exhaustive interviews specifically for this book, spread over many long sessions; and, of course, from my close association with and observation of an extraordinary personality for a(less)
Concept of best management practices for freshwater aquaculture in India/D. Kumar, S.
Munilkumar and Babitha Rani. 2.
Aquaculture to meet the growing global demand/Modadugu V. Gupta.
3. Current status of culture fisheries in India/P.
4. Composite fish culture is the key of blue revolution in India/V.
Ecology and fisheries management of the floodplain wetlands in India/V.V.
Should Indian aquaculture continue to depend on exotic species?--no!/S.D.
Aquaculture in the north-eastern states of India: status, potential and constraints for development/M. Sinha.
8. Fish germplasm resource of India with special emphasis on conservation and rehabilitation of threatened species/W.
S. Lakra and A.
9. Culture of carps in high altitude: some ideas on its successful management/P.
C. Mahanta, B.
C. Tyagi and Debajit Sarma.
10. Environment friendly technologies to address food safety and environmental concerns in brackishwater aquaculture/A.
G. Ponniah and K.
11. Pen and cage culture practices in the inland(less)
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"We had to take primarily into account the needs of missionaries entering upon new regions, and then of those who might hereafter follow into the same field of enterprize. The chief motive of all our exertions lay always in the desire to facilitate and to hasten the spread of the Christian religion and of Christian civilization, among the millions of Buddhists, who inhabit Central Asia, and who speak and read in Tibetan idioms.
"A yet more definite object influenced my own personal linguistic researches, in as much as I had undertaken to make preparations(less)
The Aitihasika School of Vedic interpretation : its significance. 2.
Itihasa Puranabhyam Vedam Samupavrnhayet. 3.
Indra and Trisiras Visvarupa. 4.
Rbhus in the Vedas. 5.
Saranyu and Vivasvat. 6.
Dadhyanc Atharvana. 7.
Ucathya Angirasa. 8.
Samvarta Angirasa. 9.
Trita Aptya. 10.
Subandhu and other Gaupayanas. 11.
King Tryaruna and Vrsajana. 12.
The battle of Hariyupiya. 13.
Devapi Arstisena. 14.
The dialogue of Agastya and Lopamudra: a reappraisal. 15.
The dialogue of Yama and Yami. 16.
Humanism as reflected in the Rgveda. 17.
The status of women as reflected in the Vedic Kalpasutras. 18.
Interludes in the plays of Kalidasa. 19.
From Pragjyotisapura to Guwahati. 20.
Man, society and language in the North-Eastern India. Select bibliography.
Index. "The book comprises twenty papers.
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2. Defining the local fiscal domain.
3. Approaches to agricultural taxation.
4. History of agricultural taxation in India.
5. Central taxation of income.
6. State-level agricultural income tax.
7. Land revenue.
8. A workable design for Panchayats.
9. Levy rates from cost of cultivation surveys, appendix 9.
1 crop insurance. 10.
District-level rates of levy, appendix 10.1 district revenue aggregating across crops.
References. Subject index.
Author index. "The fiscal domain of local government, whether rural Panchayats or urban municipalities, is legislated by state governments under the Indian federal structure.
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Unconventional terrorism. 2.
General etiology & pathogenesis of diseases. 3.
The causes of disease. 4.
General properties of bacteria. 5.
Anthrax Bacillus. 6.
Anthrax: diagnosis and chemotherapy. 7.
Anthrax: preventive measures. Glossary.
"The tactical, strategic and ultimate objectives of the terrorist groups are achieved either by conventional or unconventional form of terrorism or violence. Terrorists or terrorist-outfits have now started shifting from conventional to mass destruction violence or unconventional form of terrorism, which includes the use of chemical, nuclear or/and biological weapons, the most heinous type of werfare.
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2. Care of fifteen days old child.
3. Treatment of fevers.
4. Treatment of bleeding diseases.
5. Treatment of cough.
6. Treatment of asthma and hiccup.
7. Treatment of tuberculosis.
8. Treatment of hemorrhoids and diarrhoea.
9. Treatment of sprue/duodenal disorders.
10. Treatment of worm infestation.
11. Treatment of urinary retention.
12. Treatment of abscess.
13. Treatment of scrotal enlargement, abdominal swelling, gastic pain, ascitis.
14. Treatment of anaemia.
15. Treatment of edematous swelling.
16. Pathogenesis of cutaneous diseases.
17. Treatment of vata visarpa.
18. Treatment of pitta visarpa.
19. Treatment of kapha visarpa.
20. Treatment of vata pitta visarpa.
21. Treatment of visarpa in general.
22. Diagnosis and treatment of variola.
23. Treatment of skin diseases.
24. Treatment of vata rogas.
25. Diagnosis and treatment of raktastambha (vata sonita) and raktanavastha.
"Arogya Raksa Kalpadrumah, is a laudable literary sources on specialty Ayurvedic Pediatric Care of Kerala terrain(less)
It is handed down orally from the teacher to his student, from the Guru to his Shishya. To the uninitated terms such as the raga, tala, laya, alap, are exotic Jargaon, Thumri or Bhajan or ghazal equally mysteries.
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Hence women themselves resist change unless they are trained to think out of the box of patriarchy. Nag society is steeped in patriarchal values, and gender seems to be only a politically correct stance we talk at meetings and discussions.
Gender disparities still abound. We have come a long way, but we have only made progress toward changing the situation rather than eradicating it.
The present volume meticulously prepared by the two young Nag scholars is also in line with the same trend. The collection of essays contributed by the cross-sections of professional sociologists, journalists, administrators and a few young researchers provides a panoramic view of the changing gender equation in Naga society.
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1. Hot topic.
2. 'Double Life'.
3. My colleagues.
My working day. 5.
Our people in target countries. 6.
Making our people invisible. 7.
New strategy. 8.
International biological security - Is it achievable? Appendices. Select Bibliography.
"In the wake of 9/11 the threat of biological terrorism and sabotage has been thrust to the forefront of public consciousness. However, this is far from being a new phenomenon.
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Theory: 1. Music / Gharana.
2. Tal Lipi (Tal Script).
3. Tabla and its parts.
4. Method of tuning Tabla.
5. Tal or taal.
6. Technical words of Tabla.
Part II. Practical: 8.
Traditional composition in Teen Tal. 9.
Composition in Rupaktal. 10.
Composition in Jhaptal. 11.
Composition in Ektal. 12.
Composition in Adachartal. 13.
Paran in Sultal. 14.
Mukhara or Mohara. 15.
Talas of Tabla are used in light and classical music. "The Tabla is the most popular percussion instrument of North India.
Each sound on the Tabla has an onomatopoetic syllable to represent it. Therefore, the Tabla player must learn to speak a new language in addition to playing.
These syllables are, in fact, the main mode of teaching and communicating Tabla material. They help the student to understand the sound to be produced and aid the memorization of compositions.
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