I. Childhood, attachment issues and child rights: 1.
Constructions of childhood: constructions of self/Reesa Sorin and Greta Galloway. 2.
Strengthening family efforts for helpless children/Louise Anita Williams and Valji Bagda. 3.
The effects of institutional living on attachment/Chivonne Hagan. 4.
The UK's experience and status on the rights of children/Peter Selman. II.
Adoption: some global issues: 5. Open adoption: an innovative practice option/Paul Sachdev.
6. Adoptions in and to the United States/Josephine A.
Negotiating identity: post-colonial reflections on transnational adoption/Pal Ahluwalia. III.
Ethical issues: 8. Forgotten ethics and values in modern procreation/Rene A.
C. Hoksbergen and Jan J.
F. Ter Laak.
9. Ethical Dilemmas in adoption counselling/Nilima Mehta.
10. Escorting children in inter-country adoptions/Victor Groza and Curtis Proctor.
11. Heritage camps and heritage tours/Christine Futia.
12. Ethical practices and safeguards in adoption placement/Jagannath Pati.
"This compendium of twelve papers addresses the key issues pertaining to child adoption in global perspective(less)
Ethical principles underlying Greek education. 2.
The economic theory underlying Greek education. 3.
Secondary education in ancient Greece. 4.
Education in the politics of Aristotle. 5.
Early Roman education. 6.
Martianus Capella. 8.
Imperial edicts (with regard to professor, grammarians, doctors and students). 9.
The great transition. 10.
Intellectual development of the age of Charlemagne. 11.
Educational policies in medieval England. 12.
The rise of universities. 13.
The vision on Dante. 14.
The Italian renaissance. 15.
The educational views of Martin Luther. 16.
The Jesuits and their schools. 17.
The didactive methods of comenius. 18.
The 'Emile' of Rousseau. 19.
Revolutionary theories of higher education. 20.
Pestalozzi and sense-perception. 21.
What knowledge is of most worth?. Bibliography.
Index. "Human civilisation is very old and most of the civili-sations had developed their own systems of education.
In the early civilisations education was meant only for the Princes. This process of education(less)
1. Our democratic answer to terrorism/K.
2. International cooperation against terrorism/Sonia Gandhi.
3. Terrorism and Indo-Pak conflict on Kashmir/Rajindar Sachar.
4. Terrorism and human rights/Hari Swarup.
5. United States, Russia and the war against international terrorism/B.
6. Will the United States withdraw from Central and South Asia?/Ge Lide.
7. Terrorism, cross-border terrorism and global terrorism/Satya Pal Dang.
8. An anatomy of global terrorism/Shri Prakash.
9. Cross-border terrorism – historical perspective/Ashwini Kumar.
10. Cross-border terrorism – a critique/Afsir Karim.
11. Cross-border terrorism and Border Security Force/Surindur Singh.
12. The growing dimension of Pakistan Inter Services Intelligence/Chandra B.
Role of narcotics in promoting terrorism/Kshitij Prabha. 14.
Distortion of religious philosophies/V.D.
On the concept of compassion in Islam/Asghar Ali Engineer. 16.
Hindu religious revivalism-a critical estimate/V.D.
Geo-strategic importance of Jammu and Kashmir/V.D.
Geo-political and socio-economic causes of militancy in Jammu and Kashmir/G.M.
Brahmanical religious movements. d.
Natha and other minor cults. f.
Saktism and Tantricism. g.
a. Social life in Northern India.
b. Aspects of daily life.
c. Women in early medieval North India.
d. Society and economy in South India.
e. Women in early medieval South India.
f. Economy of North India.
g. Dimensions of Feudalism in early medieval India.
Sanskrit and Prakrit literature. b.
Tamil literature. c.
Kannada literature. d.
Telugu literature. e.
Malayalam literature. f.
Indo-Arabic literature. g.
Apabhramsa literature. 28.
a. North Indian painting.
b. Art and architecture of North India.
c. Art and architecture of South India.
Inscriptions of North India. b.
Inscriptions of South India. c.
Coinage of North India. d.
Coinage of South India. e.
Money, market and Feudalism. 30.
India's contacts with the outside world. 31.
Science and technology. Bibliography.
Index. "The Fourth Volume(less)
India's involvement in anti-dumping cases in the first decade of WTO/K.D.
Calculating normal value as way of protection: some evident from Turkish dumping investigations/Cengiz Bahcekapili and Murat Cokgezen. 3.
Anti-dumping procedures: lessons for developing countries with special emphasis on the South African experience/Nicola Theron. 4.
The growing problem of intra-developing country anti-dumping actions in world trade/Kofi Oteng Kufuor. 5.
The rhetoric and reality of US Anti-Dumping Law/Brink Lindsey and Daniel Ikenson. 6.
Anti-Dumping in the European Union/Fredrik Erixon. 7.
Why is China the world's number one Anti-Dumping Target?/Yuefen Li. 8.
Misuse of Anti-Dumping Provisions: what do the WTO disputes reveal?/Debashis Chakraborty. Index.
"The increasing use of anti-dumping measures covering a wide range of sectors, both by developed and developing countries in recent years, indicates a policy substitution to protect domestic industries in the face of tariff reforms. While the developing countries are demanding special and different treatment to(less)
With Its Panoramic Sweep And Its Gripping Narrative Flow, All The More Remarkable For Being Written In Prison Where Nehru Had No Recourse To Reference Books Or A Library, Glimpses Of World History Covers The Rise And Fall Of Empires And Civilizations From Greece And Rome To China And West Asia; Great Figures Such As Ashoka And Genghis Khan, Gandhi And Lenin; Wars And Revolutions, Democracies And Dictatorships. An Enduring Classic, This Book Is Dazzling Testimony To The Breadth Of Nehru'S World View, His Grasp Of The Lessons Of History, And Of The Forces And Personalities That Shape It(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)
1. The Parsis in India/Zenobia Dumasia.
2. The China connection/Tulsi Vatsal.
3. Parsi Attire: Garas, Jhablas and Ijars/Priya Mani.
4. Looking West, buying East/Tulsi Vatsal.
5. Patterning a Gara/Shilpa Shah and Tulsi Vatsal.
6. Exporting the exotic: embroidered silks of China/Yueh-Siang Chang.
7. Decorative motifs and bird symbolism in Parsi Embroidery/Aban Mukherji.
8. Aspects of Assimilation: the Indian group of Parsi Textiles in the Tapi collection/Jasleen Dhamija.
9. Parsi Headgear: Topis/Villoo Mirza.
10. Sari borders: Kors/Priya Mani.
11. Methods and stitches/Priya Mani.
12. Parsi dress and identity/Jesse S.
The Embroidery cupboard: oral accounts of Parsi Embroidery/Shernaz Cama. 14.
The Gara today: an Heirloom reinvented/Shilpa Shah. 15.
Chinese communities in India/Madhavi Thampi. Bibliography.
Acknowledgements. "The Stunningly varied embroidered textiles illustrated in this catalogue present a visual record of Parsi women's and children's clothing from the mid-nineteenth century.
Descended from Zoroastrian emigrants who sailed from Iran to escape religious persecution in the(less)
Potentials of World Terrorism: Preface. Introduction.
2. Issues in terrorism.
3. Chemical and biological terrorism.
4. Cyber terrorism: the future threat.
5. Terrorism in the Arab world.
6. Repercussions of world terror.
7. Counter-terrorism measures.
Global Crime Trends: Preface. 1.
Information warfare. 2.
Terrorism and global security. 3.
Weapons of mass destruction. 4.
Corruption: a global threat. 5.
Crime prevention and criminal justice. 6.
Combating transnational crime. Bibliography.
III. Foreign Policy in the Age of Terrorism: Preface.
1. Territorial conflicts in South Asia: challenges to foreign relations.
2. Nuclear war: threats in South Asia.
3. India’s security strategies.
4. Foreign policy in the information age.
5. Information liberalisation and new age terrorism.
6. Information sharing and peace operations.
"Since the days of yore, terrorism had deep linkage with our changing modes of civilisation. The acts of violence are the glaring phenomenon which(less)
Introduction/Chittabrata Palit and Achintya Kumar Dutta. Epidemics, policy and practice: 2.
Epidemics and empire: a critique of public health policy in colonial India/Chittabrata Palit. 3.
Epidemics, empire and public health/Amiya Kumar Hati. 4.
Cholera: changing perceptions of its causality in the last two centuries--a cursory appraisal/Dhrub Kumar Singh. 5.
Calcutta plague: epidemic, colonial intervention and indigenous society 1898-1900/Amal Das. 6.
Coping with Leprosy in 19 century colonial Bombay/Simkie Sarkar. 7.
Malaria in the countryside in colonial Bengal: some demographic observations/Arabinda Samanta. 8.
Kala-azar epidemics in India/Kaushik Roy Choudhury and Syamal Roy. 9.
Upendranath Brahmachari in Pursuit of Kala-Azar/Achintya Kumar Dutta. Western Medicine: 10.
Emergence of Western Medical Institutions in India 1822-1911/Anil Kumar. 11.
'Colony' under a microscope: the medical works of W.M.
Haffkine/Deepak Kumar. Indigenous Medicine: 12.
Evolution of Ayurveda through the ages/Brahmananda Gupta. 13.
Travails of traditional medicine/Subrata Pahari. Gender and Health: 14.
Indigenous approach to delivery deaths in colonial Bengal/Mousumi(less)
Introductory : 1. Statement of objectives/B.
P. Singh Sehgal.
2. Key note address/A.
3. Inaugural address/A.
4. Presidential address/Y.
5. Valedictory address/K.
6. Seminar proceedings.
II. Genesis of terrorism : 7.
Definition and development of the concept of terrorism/P. S.
Forms of terrorism/Anurag Gangal. 9.
Terrorism – some new dimensions/Parveen Kumar. 10.
Violence in historical perspective/D. L.
Terrorism today – why people turn terrorists?/Shailender Singh. 12.
Terrorism and democratic regimes/Ashutosh Kumar. 13.
Genesis of youth activism/Vishesh Verma. 14.
Revolutionary nationalism and secessionist terrorism in India – an overview/N. K.
Genesis of terrorism/Y. V.
Declining authority of Indian state and challenge of terrorism/Rekha Chowdhary. 17.
Definition and development of the concept of terrorism/K. B.
Media and spread of terrorism/Sat Paul Sahni. III.
Terrorism and human rights : 19. Terrorism – nature, human rights and measures(less)
I. The pattern of Indian civilization: 1.
The cultural interpretation of Indian history. 2.
The geography behind civilization. 3.
The political and cultural unity of Bharatavarsha. II.
The rise of Indian civilization: 4. The beginnings of civilization on the Sindhu.
5. The Vedic civilization on the Sarasvati.
6. Intellectual and social revolutions--Bhagavatism, Ajivikism and Jainism.
7. The ministry of Gautama the Tathagata.
III. The interchange between Indian and foreign civilizations: 8.
The empire from the Iranian plateau to the Indian ocean. 9.
The triumph of Pacifism : the humanitarian mission of Asoka, beloved of Gods. 10.
Indo-Hellenism : Yavana elements in Indian culture and art. 11.
The transformation of the caturvarnya : social absorption of foreigners. IV.
The flowering of Indian civilization: 12. The epic ideals of human relations.
13. The revolution in Buddhism : the Mahayana myth of universal love and salvation.
14. The Bodhisattva on(less)
A: 1. Accordion.
2. Acoustic bass guitar.
3. Aeolian Harp.
. B: 1.
C: 1. Calliope.
. D: 1.
Denis d'or. 3.
Diatonic button accordion..
E: 1. Ektara.
2. Electric guitar.
3. Electric piano.
4. Electric violins.
5. Electronic organ.
. F: 1.
Flute. G: 1.
Gandingan a Kayo. 3.
H: 1. Hammered dulcimer.
2. Hammond Organ.
. I: 1.
Ipu. J: 1.
Jew's Harp. K: 1.
Vol. II: Preface.
L: 1. Lambeg Drum.
. M: 1.
N: 1. Nadaswaram.
Workshops and recommendations: 1. Archives and the future.
2. Technology for the future/Dietrich Schuller.
3. Rights, intellectual property and archives today.
II. Archives in industrializing countries at the dawn of the millennium--papers and proposals: 1.
Audiovisual archives in Ghana/Maxwell Agyei Addo. 2.
The music archives at the CIDMUC and their influence on the musical culture of Cuba/Olavo Alen Rodnguez. 3.
How do you turn an house into an archive? Air conditioning and tape storage in a hot and humid environment/Shubha Chaudhuri. 4.
A call for an international archival network (IAN)/Ali Ibrahim al-Daw. 5.
Listening to the Andes/Victor Alexander Huerta-Mercado Tenorio. 6.
Challenges to a small ethnographic archive/Grace Koch. 7.
The sound archive at the district six museum: a work in progress/Valmont Layne. 8.
Reclaiming the past: the value of recordings to a national cultural heritage/Don Niles. 9.
The challenge of developing a cultural audiovisual archive in Indonesia/Endo Suanda. 10.
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Global terrorism index. Introduction.
I. Concept of terrorism: its roots and dynamics: 1.
Roots of terrorism and what the terrorists aim at?/A.C.
Terrorism: a theoretical perspective/Surendra Chopra. 3.
The political and socio-economic undercurrents of terrorism/Ajay Darshan Behera. 4.
The role of ethnicity and religion in terrorism/Jasvir Singh. 5.
The psychological context of terrorist personality/C.S.
Terrorism and counter terrorism: strategies, dimensions and response: 6. Between cause and consequence: down the slippery slope of "Global" terrorism/Varun Sahni.
7. War against global terrorism: in search of a perspective/Harish K.
Global terrorism: a creation of the United States/Vinay Kumar Malhotra. 9.
Terrorism and the Israel-Palestine conflict/Bansidhar Pradhan. 10.
Palestine liberation organization: terrorist of a political organization/Manju Verma and Rinka. 11.
Dimensions of war on terrorism in West Asia/Khurshid Imam. III.
Terrorism in Southern Asia: 12. Terrorism and human rights/A.
13. Terrorism - political economy dimensions in Afghanistan/Surinder K.
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2. Religions in complex societies: the myth of the 'Dark Age'/K.
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D. Kosambi and Niharranjan Ray/Barun De.
6. The Islamic background to Indian history: an interpretation of the Islamic Past/M.
Athar Ali. 7.
Kabir: the historical setting/Irfan Habib. 8.
Akbar and the Theologians' Declaration (Mahzar) of 1579/Osamu Kondo. 9.
The road to Sulh-i Kul: Akbar's alienation from theological Islam/Shireen Moosvi. 10.
The philosophy of Mulla Sadra and its influence in India/Syed Ali Nadeem Rezavi. 11.
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The Hindu college: Henry Derozio and Michael Madhusudan Dutt/Sajni Kripalani Mukherji. 3.
The Dutt family Album: and Toru Dutt/Rosinka Chaudhuri. 4.
Rudyard Kipling/Maria Couto. 5.
Two faces of prose: Behramji Malabari and Govardhanram Tripathi/Sudhir Chandra. 6.
The beginnings of the Indian Novel/Meenakshi Mukherjee. 7.
The English writings of Rabindranath Tagore/Amit Chaudhuri. 8.
Sri Aurobindo/Peter Heehs. 9.
Two early-twentieth-century women writers: Cornelia Sorabji and Sarojini Naidu/Ranjana Sidhanta Ash. 10.
Gandhi and Nehru: the uses of English/Sunil Khilnani. 11.
Verrier Elwin/Ramachandra Guha. 12.
Novelists of the 1930 and 1940/Leela Gandhi. 13.
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Nirad C. Chaudhuri/Eunice deSouza.
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Naipaul on India/Suvir Kaul. 17.
Poetry since Independence/Rajeev S. Patke.
18. From sugar to Masala: writing by the Indian Diaspora/Sudesh Mishra.
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