We now have a much clearer understanding of the disease, its management and the rehabilitation of patients. But there is still much to be done.
Th is book aims to cover a range of exciting new fi ndings in clinical sciences, basic sciences and allied specialties with an emphasis on their relevance to HNC. Th is work promises to improve preventive and therapeutic strategies and will hopefully culminate in improved outcomes of HNC.
Th e contributions have been made by established leaders in the fi eld and every eff ort has been made to address the issue in a comprehensive, yet concise, manner for the benefi t of readers. We hope that this volume will provide up-to-date information on individual upcomingoutstanding issues in the management of HNC.
We believe that Issues in Head and Neck Cancer will be of value to establishedin-training clinicians, scientists, allied professionals as well as medical students who have inquisitive minds and wish to further enhance their knowledge of HNC. *(less)
1. Introduction: technological capability building in developing countries—an overview/Mozammel Huq.
2. Perspectives on technology and development/Roy H.
Choice of technique and technology policy in developing countries/Eric Rahim. 4.
Evaluation framework for industrial technology capacity enhancement/M. Nawaz Sharif.
5. Transfer of technology to developing countries: a review of various evaluation criteria/Mozammel Huq.
6. Transfer of advanced technologies to developing countries/Mozammel Huq.
7. Promotion of technology in the industrial sector of Nepal: policies and practices/Amar B.
Manandhar and Mahendra Ranjit. 8.
Science and technology policies for industrial development in India/G.D.
Sandhya and Ashok Jain. 9.
Technology policy for industrialisation in a developing country: the case of Bangladesh/Mozammel Huq. 10.
Technology transfer through foreign investment in Nepal/Ramesh C. Chitrakar.
11. Technological capability building in Nepal: a case study of mini and micro-hydro turbine manufacturers/Indira (Sthapit) Shakya.
12. Failure to absorb technology: a case study of fertiliser manufacturing in Bangladesh/Mozammel Huq and K.
Introduction to aquaculture. 2.
Issues and trends in aquaculture industry. 3.
Aquaculture in undrainable ponds. 4.
Designing of inland fish farms. 5.
Fish farm construction. 6.
Fish farm maintenance. 7.
Fish propagation techniques. 8.
Culture of molluscs. 9.
Use of marine resources in fish feed. 10.
Production of life food for aquaculture. 11.
Fish health management. 12.
Aquaculture and rural development. 13.
Aquaculture and fisheries: problems and prospects. Bibliography.
Index. "Aquaculture, most simply defined as the rearing or farming or aquatic species under controlled conditions, is a rapidly growing industry, accounting for over one-third of all direct fisheries consumption.
It is an important economic activity in many countries and offers a number of opportunities to contribute to poverty alleviation, employment, community development, the reduction of over-exploitation of natural resources, and food security in tropical and sub-tropical regions. The rapid growth in aquaculture seems set to continue in the near term.
Afghanistan and India: historico-cultural perspective/Lokesh Chandra. 2.
Ethnicity and politics in Afghanistan/Manmath Narayan Singh. 3.
Afghanistan and the quest for Central Asian resources/Frederic Grare. 4.
The Afghan conundrum: light weapons and state collapse/Ajay Darshan Behera. 5.
Refugee situation in Afghanistan/Yahya Maroofi. 6.
Position of women in Afghanistan/Arpita Basu Roy. 7.
The Taliban view of Jihad and the Islamic precepts/Sultan Shahin. 8.
The Taliban phenomenon and the security environment/Afsir Karim. 9.
The Pakistan-Afghanistan Cauldron: the global perspective/Vinod Saighal. 10.
Afghanistan: source of religious extremism and terrorism for Central Asia/Alexander Knyazev. 11.
The Taliban phenomenon: regional security implications for Central Asia/Leonid Kusmenovich Bakayev. 12.
Afghanistan problem: Russian and Central Asian responses/Devendra Kaushik. 13.
Afghanistan and cross-border terrorism in the CIS/Mahendra Ved. 14.
An international approach to Afghanistan’s future/Marvin G. Weinbaum.
15. The role of outside actors in Afghanistan/Amin Saikal.
16. Confronting creeping invasions: Afghanistan, the UN and the world community/William Maley.
17. Taliban and(less)
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1. Introduction to higher Himalayas/Brahma Singh.
2. Production technology of field crops/Dorjay Namgyal.
3. Vegetable production technology/Anand Kumar Singh, B.
K. Singha and V.
4. Vegetable seed production/Ankur Agarwal.
5. Technology for production of fruit crops/Sanjai K.
Dwivedi and Deepa H. Dwivedi.
6. Floriculture: an untapped potential venture/Deepa H.
Dwivedi and Sanjai K. Dwivedi.
7. Woody elements of plant wealth of Trans-Himalays/Anup Raj.
8. Soil and plant nutrition/V.
9. Principles for breeding of crops/Vijay K.
Yadav, Vinod K. Sah and A.
10. Greenhouse technology for higher Himalayas/Sanjai K.
Dwivedi and Eli Palzor. 11.
Weeds and their management/Ajay Kumar Pandey, Dorjay Namgyal, H.V.
Singh and Tahir Salim. 12.
Agricultural insect-pests and their management/Ajay Kumar Pandey. 13.
Diseases of field crops and their management/H.V.
Poultry farming: a potential venture/Bal Gangadhar Roy, Deepok Gogoi and Manzur Ahmed. 15.
Pashmina producing goat: a unique resource/F.D.
S. Ganai and T.
Achievements and challenges of the Bangladesh economy: an overview/S.R.
Pro-poor economic growth in Bangladesh: exploring growth and inequality linkages in poverty reduction/Debapriya Bhattacharya and Towfiqul Islam Khan. 3.
Agricultural diversification in Bangladesh: progress, constraints and policy issues/Uttam Kumar Deb. 4.
Biotechnology for crop improvement: global status and potential gains for Bangladesh/Mahabub Hossain and Zeba I Seraj. 5.
Industrial policies of Bangladesh: Way towards prosperity/Kaniz Siddique and Salma Begum. 6.
Development of the same sector in Bangladesh/Zaid Bakht. 7.
The potential of ICTs for export diversification, job creation and poverty reduction in Bangladesh/Naeem Chowdhury. 8.
Issues in trade policy of Bangladesh/Mustafizur Rahman, MA. Razzaque and Selim Raihan.
9. Manpower export and remittances/Toufic Ahmad Choudhury and Shah Md Ahsan Habib.
10. Monetary policy and financial sector reforms/Mohammed Farashuddhin.
11. The education system and the labour market in Bangladesh/Muhammad Masum.
12. Selective inclusion or active discrimination? Women and the labour market in Bangladesh/Sajeda(less)
2. Farming Systems.
4. Organic Farming.
5. Agriculture and Environment.
Index. Global population was only one billion in 1800 AD, doubled by 1930 and reached three billion mark by 1960.
However, it took only 39 years to double itself again by 1999, when it reached to six billion mark. It is estimated that by 2100 it will again double itself to twelve billion mark.
Most of the future increase in population will be in developing countries of Asia. Africa and Latin America, where more and more area under agricultural production systems have been developed at the cost of natural eco-systems, which gradually deplete the soils of organic matter, nutrients and water, making them unsuitable in the long – un leading to the question on their sustainability.
Sustainability is generally seen as human oriented, long-term and involving interaction with natural systems. A sustainable agricultural production system must, therefore, produce economically(less)
1. Biodiversity and bioresources conservation/S.
Animal pharming--present and future/C.P.
Anitha Davis, D. Sudarsanam and C.
P. Girish Kumar.
3. Genetic diversity of buffaloes in India/B.
S. Punia and Inderjeet Singh.
4. Diversity and conservation of marine ornamental fishes/G.
Coral reefs in India/K. Venkataraman.
6. Soil microbial diversity from the Himalaya: need for documentation and conservation/Anita Pandey, Pankaj Trivedi, Bhavesh Kumar, Bhaskar Chaurasia and L.
Biodiversity of Azolla and its algal symbiont Anabaena Azollae/S. Kannaiyan and K.
Eastern Ghats floristic wealth with special reference to agrobiodiversity/K.S.
Varaprasad, N. Sivaraj and S.
9. Plant diversity and concerns in conservation/M.
Biodiversity of tropical tuber crops in India/S. Edison, M.
Unnikrishnan, B. Vimala, Santha V.
Sree Kumari and K. Abraham.
11. Biodiversity and conservation of sheep genetic resources in India/V.
K. Singh and A.
12. Animal genetic resources in Andaman and Nicobar Islands/S(less)
1. Human culture and biodiversity: some reflections of their interrelation/A.
2. Air pollution biomonitoring: Lichen as an indicator species/Jayashree Rout.
3. An overview on sericulture biotechnology in India/B.
G. Unni, Jyotsana Kumari, Utpala Bora, Barnali Devi and S.
4. Mitigating greenhouse gas effect and stratospheric ozone depletion: approaches based on biotechnology/Alak Kumar Buragohain.
5. Application of DNA fingerprinting for characterization of biodiversity/Anindita Khan, Mhathung Yanthan and Arvind K.
Transgenic technology and its implications in the improvement of crop plants/Lingaraj Sahoo and Siva Kumar Solleti. 7.
Biodiversity and application of plant tissue culture in conservation and management of phytodiversity/Padmanabh Dwivedi. 8.
Srivastava and Alka Narula. 9.
Pharmacognosy and phytotherapy research/Subhash C. Mandal and S.
Mohana Lakhmi. 10.
Bioinformatics in biotechnological research/Pramod Tandon and Pallavi Bhattacharjee. 11.
Biodiversity informatics/Samiron Phukan. 12.
Microbial diversity and bioprospecting/Pranab Goswami. 13.
Microbial degradation and bioremediation of nitroaromatic compounds/Debananda Ningthoujam. 14.
Microbial metabolism of(less)
Development strategy and ideology: 1. Growth of manufactured exports and terms of trade: pessimism confounded/Prema-chandra Athukorala.
2. The influence of development ideology in macroeconomic policy reform process/Dushni Weerakoon.
3. The lessons of national planning/Godfrey Gunatilleke.
4. Understanding reforms: 1960-2000/Lal Jayawardena.
5. The importance of the public sector in economic and social development/J.
II. Macroeconomic policy: 6.
Current fiscal policy/D.D.
7. Public debt: institutional issues/Nihal Kappagoda.
8. Exchange rate/Sisira Jayasuriya.
III. Agriculture, industry and technology development: 9.
Agricultural development: controversial issues/Nimal Sanderatne. 10.
Industrial policy/Sarath Rajapatirana. 11.
Technology development: key issues in productivity/Chandana Perera and Sarath Dasanayaka. IV.
Employment and labour: 12. Labour productivity growth and employment generation/Ravindra A.
Youth unemployment: an exploratory study/W.D.
Migration and brain drain/Raja B.M.
Institutional and governance issues: 15. Economic liberalization and institutional reform/David Dunham.
16. Consumer affairs authority act in(less)
Spherical triangle. 2.
Right-angled triangles, area and spherical excess. B.
Spherical astronomy: 3. System of coordinates.
4. Motion of earth and twilight.
5. Astronomical instruments and meridian circle.
6. Kepler's law and time.
"Spherical trigonometry is a branch of spherical geometry which deals with polygons (especially triangles) on the sphere and the relationships between the sides and the angles, whereas spherical astronomy or positional astronomy is the branch of astronomy that is used to determine the location of objects on the celestial sphere, as seen at a particular date, time, and location on the earth. The present publication is divided into two sections i.
e. Spherical Trigonometry and Spherical Astronomy.
This book has been written by keeping in view the syllabi of several universities and colleges along with the new pattern of UGC. The textbook gives a general but comprehensive introduction to the subjects to make it useful not only to(less)
Introduction. Presenting folklore tales in poetry.
Prologue--this little folklore book. Pronounciation guides of Ao Naga words.
Tales: 1. Motives behind head hunting.
2. Two young head hunters.
3. The long haired women.
4. The lone survivor girl.
5. Warrior’s heart with a Red Ant.
6. Revenge for restoration of personal name.
7. The old man and his grandson.
8. Sever my head in a single blow.
9. Rank of a head hunter.
10. Setting fire to enemy village.
11. Messengers of head hunters.
12. Origin of Naga head hunting.
13. Head hunter’s song of challenge.
14. The Swift head hunter.
15. Return of head hunter.
16. Beware of the enemy head hunter.
17. Head hunter’s weapons.
18. Song of head hunter’s child.
19. She offered her head to her lover.
20. Killing of the first Naga Christian.
12. Toshiba in Nokrang village.
22. The two refugee brothers.
23. The tree of skull(less)
2. Review of related research.
4. Analysis and interpretation.
5. Summary, suggestions and intervention strategies.
Bibliography. Subject index.
Name index. "Human life, in all its stages, is blessed with growth and development.
Ageing is one of the significant stages of this process. It is a universal phenomenon applicable to all living organisms.
The United Nations declared, the year 1999 as 'International Year of Older Persons'. It focused on "Towards a society for all ages" where young and old get mutual help in bringing equal social order of the society.
Hence, India formulated, the National Policy on Older persons in 1999 aiming to provide a happy ageing atmosphere. In Indian culture ageing gracefully is perceived as a golden period.
In a traditional Indian society, senior persons were looked upon with a sense of honour and authority. Decision making in the family and community were largely assigned to them(less)
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