1. Geographical and historical background.
2. Towns, cities and markets.
3. Identification of trade items for import and export.
4. Merchants and guilds.
5. Mode of travel and transportation.
6. Methods and medium of payment.
Index. "The thirteenth century opened new vistas in the world history, particularly Asia.
It witnessed the rise and fall of different dynasties and ultimately allowed the Mongols to survive as the mightiest power in China, Russia (Kipchak), Central Asia, and Persia for more than a century. They brought under their sway the Islamic lands of the orient except India where the Turks had already established themselves as a powerful state during this period.
The present study is the first of its kind dealing with India's overland trade with Central Asia and Persia during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. The book seeks to interpret the working of the political forces in India and her(less)
Review of literature. 3.
Objectives, concepts and methodology. 4.
Regional spread of commercial flower crops. 5.
Input-output analysis of commercial flower crops in the sample region. 6.
Marketing propensity for flowers and problems of flower growers. 7.
Socio-economic conditions of the sample farmers. 8.
Summary, findings and conclusions. Bibliography.
Index. "This study enables to understand the progress made in this sector in terms of area and production and to know the socio economic conditions of flower growing farmers as it plays a major role in the socio economic transformation of rural folk, and also the profitability of commercial flower crops which is very essential as it determines the income of flower growers.
Further, the present study has tries to analyse the market propensity of commercial flower crops and to study the production and marketing problems encountered by the flower producers. The present study is a comparative study of different flower(less)
Writing Third World Resistance into International Law. 3.
International Law, Third World Resistance and the Institutionalization of Development. 4.
Laying the Groundwork: The Mandate System. 5.
Radicalizing Institutions or Institutionalizing Radicalism? 6. From Resistance To Renewal.
7. Democracy and the Discontent of Development.
8. Human Rights and the Challenge of Social Movements.
9. Constituting the Discourse of Resistance.
10. Social Movements and the Challenge to International Law.
11. Markets, Gender and Identity.
The urbanization is a reality of our changing world. In developing countries, the lack of job opportunities in rural areas, decline in subsistence economics, and hope of a better life have given rise to the modern megalopolis.
Unfortunately, urban infrastructure, institutions and the natural resource base are often inadequate to support these burgeoning populations. A central question worldwide is, how can our cities be sustained under these circumstances? Water like air is a vital resource without(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)
History of South Asian countries. 3.
Overview on insurrections and terrorism in the various countries of South Asia. 4.
Problem of terminology. 5.
Modus operandi of the militants groups. 6.
Security forces and terrorism. 7.
Links between terrorism and war. 8.
Economic factors. 9.
Administrative set-up and legal arsenal to fight terrorism. 10.
Transnational terrorism. 11.
International terrorism in South Asia. 12.
Terrorism in South Asia. 13.
Combating terrorism in South Asia: challenges and prospects. "Terrorist acts are common in most of the countries traditionally included in South Asia.
Cross-border terrorism is not only greatly expensive but also deeply disastrous to the whole region and a threat tot he world peace and security. The fact that the terrorist activities that plague South Asian states have cross-border dimension mainly because their origins and causes interconnect and overlap political boundaries.
This book therefore aims at understanding these complexities through history of these(less)
The book provides an account of the different ports and dominions that existed during that period. It highlights the role played by the different dynasties such as the Cholas and Pallavas in the overall development of international trade.
The book paints a picture of the business connections that the Tamil provinces shared with different parts of the world, from Rome to the South East. It further divulges the factors that led to the administrative developments during this period and the pivotal role played by the traders in bolstering the economy in Southern India(less)
2. Production of Tropical and Sub tropical Fruits.
3. Production of Fruits of Arid and Semi arid Areas.
4. Production of Temperate Fruits.
5. Production of Ornamental Crops.
6. Trends in Commercial Florculture.
7. Horticultural Harvesting.
8. Headling and Transportation of Horticultural Products .
9. Storage of Fruti and Vegetables.
10. Quality Management of Agricultural Crops.
This book presents an integrated approach. It includes a strong managerial orientation and strategic focus uses an organizing framework has extensive research citations links theory to practice.
Services encompass a very wide range of activities e.g health care education tourism insurance and finance.
This book is a very successful book written by one of the leading writers and researchers in services marketing and management. The most important change in this new edition is a greater emphasis on the relationship approach to services marketing.
With a rigorous and comprehensive approach Services Marketing provides readers(less)
Concept of trade. 2.
The backdrop. 3.
Trade and finance. 4.
Traits of business. 5.
Conduction of business. 6.
Rules for sales. 7.
Technique of setting prices. 8.
Economic matters and law. 9.
Relevance of Islamic economy. 10.
Economic policy in Islam. Bibliography.
Index. "Islam considers business and trade to be the best mode of earning.
And, among the different types of trade, Halal business is recommended as the best by Islam. Money earned through hard work and fair means is full of benefits.
On the one hand, hard work is vitalizing and keeps the body active and ready to work; on the other hand, it promotes a healthy life. During the time of the Prophet (Pbuh), people would go from city to city in groups (called carvans) to trade.
This involved travel to far-off places where people sold their commodities and brought back the products available there. There are advantages of(less)
Therefore the pursuit of knowledge on vegetation and flora of Nepal is also to be viewed from an angle of unfolding the secrets of nature in our environment. The present work on the flora of Langtang and Gosaikunda area and on the vegetation of Central Nepal is therefore a ground work that can directly contribute to other aspects of allied fields such as forestry, agriculture, horticulture, agronomy, pasture developments etc.
This work is just a starting point(less)
6. Bird of paradise.
12. China aster.
16. Amaryllis and Hippeastrum.
"This comprehensively revised publication (in two volumes), first published in 1989 (in one volume) and reprinted subsequently, ‘Commercial Flowers’ was considered as a valuable book on floriculture world-wide. There has been a marked improvement in production and quality of flowers during the last decade and enormous useful research results have been reported from all parts of the world, particularly on control of environment and crop management in greenhouses.
Apart from thorough revision of various relevant aspects discussed in the previous edition of this publication, applications of biotechnology have also been reviewed in the revised edition. The first volume consists of rose, orchid, carnation,(less)
Definition, scope, and nature. Is international law, a law?.
2. Sources of international law.
4. Relation between international law and Municipal law.
5. Subjects of international law: Sovereign states-- Part-Sovereign.
States and non-sovereign states. International organisations--Individuals.
6. Rights and duties of sovereign states: Intervention--Monroe doctrine.
Drago doctrine. 7.
Recognition of state and Government: Importance--Therories--Is it a duty?. Types--Withdrawal--Recognition of Government--Recognition of insurgency and Belligerency-Effects.
8. State succession: types--consequences.
9. State terrotory: Importance--Types--Boundary lines--Different parts--Rivers--Inter Oceanic Canals--Internal waters--Air space--Acquisition and loss of territory.
10. Law of Seas: Historical background--Geneva convention--U.
N. Convention--Territorial Sea and contiguous zone--E.
--Continental shelf--High seas. 11.
Outer space. 12.
Jurisdiction: Meaning--Territorial-Personal--Protective--Universal--Criminal-Over Aliens--Principle of double Jeopardy--Extorritoriality. 13.
Nationality: Importance--Acquisition and loss--Double nationality--Statelessness. 14.
Aliens: Admission--Status after entry--Explusion-Asylum--Extradition. 15.
Diplomatic agents: Classification--Appointment--Termination--Functions--Immunities. 16.
Consular relations. 17.
Treaties: Definition--Types--Capacity--Conclusion--Invalidity--Doctrine of pacta Sunt Servanda--Interpretation--Revision--Suspension--Termination. 18.
Settlement of international disputes: peaceful settlement--Coersive or compulsive settlement. II.
International Laws of War:(less)
Modus operandi of the consumer credit programme. 3.
Profile of the study area. 4.
An analysis of consumer credit programme. 5.
Impact assessment of the scheme. 6.
Conclusions and recommendations. Bibliography.
"Consumer Credit Programme is an important development scheme in the banking sector in most of the developing economies including Bangladesh. In Bangladesh people of limited monthly income are faced with the problem of improving their standard of living.
Considering this, some commercial banks have started Consumer Credit Programme especially since the mid-1990s. The broad objectives of this scheme, among others, are to help service holders by providing consumer credit at a reasonable rate of interest encouraging saving habit, developing the saving habit, facilitating increasing standard of living and finally to play the active role in the socio-economic development of Bangladesh.
The main purpose of this book is to investigate the detailed characteristics and effectiveness of Consumer Credit Scheme of(less)
3. Mango with guava intercrop.
4. Amrapali mango.
7. Cavendish banana.
8. Martaman banana.
12. Sweet orange.
13. Mandarin orange.
19. Hybrid coconut.
21. Oil palm.
22. Horticultural nursery.
Bibliography. "The book provides practical information on production technologies of tropical and subtropical fruits as well as plantation crops and horticultural nursery.
Post-harvest management, marketing and export trends have been furnished for guidance. It also presents most realistic cost estimates and returns from cultivation of such crops.
Financial analysis and schedule of repayment of bank loan have been given to serve as models. The book aims at viewing commercial prospects for horticulture.
It has been carefully designed to meet the queries of intending investors, financial institutes, creditors, traders and growers engaged in dealing with horticultural crops. Further it will(less)
Constraints of bacterial bio-inoculant production and its quality assurance/B. Kumar, K.
K. Joshi, R.
C. Dubey and D.
2. Psychrophiles: their diversity and industrial applications/Mahejibin Khan and Reeta Goel.
3. Lactic acid: a potential microbial metabolite/Gopal Reddy, B.
J. Naveena and Md.
Production, characteristics and biotechnological applications of Alkaline Pectinases/D.C.
Sharma and T. Satyanarayana.
5. Properties, uses and directed evolution of glucansucrases elaborated by various Leuconostoc mesenteroides/Doman Kim, Hee-Kyoung Kang, Jin-Ha Lee, Hwa-Ja Ryu, Eun-Seong Seo, Myung-Suk Ha.
6. Biotechnological relevance of Ergot Alkaloids with future perspectives/P.
Mehta and A. Mehta.
7. Production of value-added hydroxy fatty acids by a bacterial strain Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3/Hakryul Kim and Sun Chul Kang.
8. Bioactive potential of actinomycetes from India and Saudi Arabia/N.
N. Nawani, M.
S. Shejul, A.
Y. Al-Mahdi and B.
9. Potential of entomopathogenic fungi for management of insect pests/S.
S. Sandhu, P.
Vikrant and R.C.
Application of fusaria in agricultural(less)
Dynamics of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh. 2.
Trade Liberalisation and economic growth: a review of theory and evidence. 3.
Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh: overview of the policies and programmes. 4.
Bangladesh's Trade Liberalisation in a changing perspective: a time-series evaluation. 5.
Bangladesh's Trade Liberalisation in a global prospective a comparative analysis. 6.
Trade Liberalisation and growth nexus: a dynamic panel econometric study on Bangladesh manufacturing industries. 7.
Short-run vs. Long-run Macro impacts of Trade Liberalisation: an inter-temporal computable general equilibrium model of Bangladesh.
8. Summary and conclusions.
"Trade Liberalisation has been one of the major policy reforms in Bangladesh. This book aims to assess the dynamics of Trade Liberalisation, which include an examination of the theoretical and empirical literature on the 'Trade Liberalisation--Growth Nexus', an evaluation of the changes in the policy regimes in Bangladesh, an examination of the changes in the extent of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh(less)
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