Replete with practical explanations of the problem, its investigation, treatment and prevention methods, this is a good book to keep at home. Procure a copy for a healthy life(less)
1. Sensitivity Training/S.
2. Personal Growth Vs Personal Space/Zeb O.
The Inverted T-Group/Harsh Puri. 4.
Recent Advances in Discovery and Development of Human Potential: Experiential Training/Gouranga P. Chattopadhyay.
5. Socratic Dialogue and T-Group Learning/Rajshri Jobanputra.
T-Group Facilitators. 6.
Trainer-me: Role and Implications/Nagendra P. Singh.
7. My Encounters with facilitators/M.
Self Journey. 8.
My Human Process Experience so far/Shreyamun Mehta. 9.
Participating in a Self-observing collective experiential learning in T-group settings/D.P.
Learning to Know Myself/Suman Pande. Application of Process Experiences.
11. Design and Process of Human Systems Development Laboratory/Rajen K.
Process Learning and New Role Relationship Evolution of an Entrepreneurial Identity/Nagendra P. Singh.
13. Integrating Learning Styles and Neuro-Linguistic Programming: A step towards effective communication in Higher Learning/Anita Mathew.
14. Mastering Over Problems/Sudhir Kumar Bhanja.
15. A Pragmatic Change Model For Stress Free Organizations: Towards Better work life balance/D.
Pradeep Kumar, Sandhya and N(less)
1. Plant activity in anaerobic environment under water submergence in environment under water submergence in wetlands/Ashwani K.
Reclamation and management of saline and Alkali soils/S.B.
Agrawal and Anoop Singh. 3.
Degradation of Reserved Forest (Victoria Park) Near Bhavnagar City due to overexploitation, Gujarat, India/Renu A. Oza.
4. Plant diversity in India: an overview/R.
5. Ethnomedicinal importance of some common pteridophytic plants found in Aravalli ranges of Rajasthan/Pradeep Parihar and A.
Taxonomical and ethnomycological observations of edible mushrooms of Arunachal Pradesh/Rishikesh Mishra and Anil Kumar Sinha. 7.
Biotechnological renaissance in horticultural crops/Alka Srivastava and S.S.
Tissue culture techniques for developing weevil resistance in sweet potato/Harsh Kumar and S.C.
Improvement of protein quality and quantity in French Bean/P.R.
Effect of temperature on plants with special reference to wheat/Kanak Sinha, Bikash Patnaik and Santosh Kumar. 11.
I. Theory and philosophy of Indian iconography: 1.
Different types of divine forms and images. 2.
Appreciation and savouring of the arts. 3.
Relevance of the Agama philosophy in sculpture. 4.
The form of the Lingam. 5.
Spatial flexions of sculptural images. 6.
The various postures of sculptural images. 7.
The divine dance form. 8.
The language of gestures. 9.
Ayadi Ganitam : calculation of beneficial measures. 10.
Opening the eye of the image. II.
Sculptural varieties and aesthetics: 11. Coiffures and head-dresses.
13. Robes and raiments.
14. Floral motifs.
15. Symbols and weapons.
16. Animals and birds.
17. Bronze idols (cast images).
18. Katusarkara images (Stucco images).
III. Work manual with detailed measurements: 19.
Systems of measurement in traditional architecture and sculpture. 20.
Determining the heights of divine images. 21.
Linear measurements of Vaishnava images. 22.
Processional images. 23.
The six axes of measurement. 24.
Talamanam - Rhythmic measure(less)
Opening Remarks; 2. Re-evaluating American Foreign Policy; 3.
Main Elements of US Foreign Policy towards Asia; 4. US Exploitation of Sino-Soviet Dispute to its Advantage; 5.
US-China Relations: From Comprehensive Engagement to Hedging and Balancing; 6. Henry Kissinger, China, and Third Indo-China War; 7.
Kissinger?s Views on US-China Economic Relations; 8. Re-Evaluating US Policy towards Asia(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)
Abdul Halim. 2.
Bangladesh and the policy of peace and non-alignment/Emajuddin Ahamed. 3.
Bangladesh-India relations : Issues and problems/Ishtiaq Hossain. 4.
Bangladesh-Pakistan relations : from conflict to cooperation/Syed Serajul Islam. 5.
Bangladesh-United States relations : the first decade/Ishtiaq Hossain. 6.
Bangladesh and the Muslim world/Akmal Hussain. 7.
Bangladesh at the security council : the Arab-Israeli issue/Nurul Momen. 8.
The superpowers strategy in the Third World : the 1971 South Asian crisis/Imtiaz Ahmed. 9.
Regional co-operation in South Asia and India's role/Emajuddin Ahamed. Index.
"This book is a part of a series of specially commissioned books which will appear in similar volumes. The need for such books is derived from the total absence of any basic literature on the foreign policy of Bangladesh.
It is directed in the main to students of contemporary history and international relations, academics and policy makers. This seminal volume is the(less)
Basic determinants, objectives and an overview of Bhutan's Foreign Policy. 2.
Foreign Policy making institutions of Bhutan. 3.
Indo-Bhutan relations: political and strategic. 4.
Indo-Bhutan relations: economic dimensions. 5.
Sino-Bhutan relations. 6.
Bhutan's relations with South Asian countries. 7.
Bhutan's role in SAARC and other international organisations. 8.
Glossary. Select bibliography.
Index. "It is obvious that any country would like to have various options to pursue the goals of its foreign policy, viz.
diplomacy, military, economy and lastly, cultural heritage. In Bhutan's case being a small and landlocked state, the military option is out of question due to its weak military position, and lack of funds to maintain defence force.
But the remaining three options, diplomacy, economic development and cultural status have proved to be quite useful. Bhutan, in fact has utilised the above three options to the maximum extent to formulate its own Foreign Policy.
Overall the impression, which(less)
Ethnobotany an organised science. 2.
Areas of investigation. 3.
Sources of data and methods of study. 4.
Preparation for field work. 5.
Collection of information. 6.
Collection of plant specimens. 7.
Beyond inventorying. 9.
Suggested readings. Appendices: 1.
Selected titles from ethnobotanical publications. 2.
Selected portions from selected publications. 3.
Proformas for background information. From the preface: "During the last ten years, many books have come up to serve as text books or guides for concept, scope, methodology and practical utility of ethnobotany.
Almost all of them are by authors who live in developed countries, but have worked in far off locations and among technologically less developed people, very different from their own traditions, language and culture. "Thus, many concepts, suggestions for estabilishing communication with the indigenous people, infrastructual and transport facilities and even financial or other resources available to them do not always match or suit on-the-ground situation in(less)
Whilst recognising that allopathic medicine has its place, this useful book enables the reader to take charge of their own health and well-being thanks to a comprehensive listing and description of the complementary treatments available for specific conditions. Pills and surgery do not always cure the underlying problem and can create new symptoms and side effects.
I. Human resource initiatives: Experiential learning: 1.
The caterer: understanding negotiating process/Parth Sarathi. 2.
Signature: introducing participants/Mahaveer Jain. 3.
Measuring assertiveness training/Sushama Khanna. 4.
Instant connect: an icebreaker for new teams/Rekha Bharadwaj. 5.
Increasing employee retention through employee engagement: a challenge for HR/Sushama Khanna. 6.
Conflict: by-product of growth and creativity/Mahaveer Jain. II.
Human resources initiatives : Insights and practices: 7. Aligning HRD with business: issues and approaches/Parth Sarathi.
8. From personnel to HRM to strategic HRM: The Indian journey/Kuldeep Singh.
9. Organizational characteristics and leadership effectiveness: a study of leadership in a private and public sector bank/C.
N. Krishna Naik, G.
V. Prabhakar and G.
Swapna Bhargavi. 10.
Organisational culture and NGO performance/Jimmy C. Dabhi.
11. Designing and implementing performance management system an experience/Parth Sarathi.
12. Harnessing human potential/L.
13. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) club: a 100 day's HR intervention to develop emotional competency/P.
14. Transactional analysis theory of social games/Sushama Khanna(less)
Entrepreneurism in corporations: some research findings/Ashok Kumar and Hari Haran. 2.
Work motivation in public sector undertakings/Rajesh Singh. 3.
Inter-organisational career movement--a study on young executives of public sector commercial banks of India/Deepak Bhattacharya. Instruments and structured experiences: 4.
Knowledge sharing inventory/Kripa Shankar Gupta. 5.
Construction and standardisation of job autonomy scale/Ira Das, Ritu Singhal and Reema Arora. 6.
Prioritization exercise--a training experience for inter-personal relations and team building/A.G.
Balasubramanian. Articles: 7.
Should Indian business organizations review their HR practices?/Harish Kumar. 8.
Nurturing relationships at workplace/Madam Saluja. 9.
Testing times/Yogesh Mishra. 10.
Finding the right fit/Renu Bhargava. 11.
Stress and emotional management in the light of Indian wisdom/R.P.
Attitudes toward ageing/R.P.
Geeta and Vedanta for perfection in management/C. Rajendra Kumar.
14. Preparing job description: a systematic approach/Parth Sarathi.
Cases and experiences: 15. Case study from shop floor life/Amitabh Jha.
16. Behavioural science interventions in social(less)
Each Decade In The History Of Hindi Films Has Had At Least One Kapoor,If Not More,Playing A Large Part In Defining It. Never Before Have Four Generations Of This Family,Or Five, If You Include Bashesharnath Kapoor, Prithviraj Kapoor's Father, Who Played The Judge In Awara,Been Brought Together In One Book.
The Kapoors Details The Professional Careers And Personal Lives Of Each Generation,Box-Office Successes And Failures, The Ideologies That Informed Their Work, The Larger-Than-Life Kapoor Weddings And Holi Celebrations, Their Extraordinary Romantic Liaisons And Family Relationships, Their Love For Food And Their Dark Passages With Alcohol. Based On Extensive Personal Interviews Conducted Over Seven Years With Family Members And Friends, Madhu Jain Goes(less)
2. Antigua and Barbuda.
6. Bernera Islands.
9. Burkina Faso (Upper Volta).
12. Central African Republic.
13. Chad (Tchad).
17. Congo (Democratic).
18. Costa Rica.
22. Davaar Island.
25. Easdale Island.
34. Great Britain.
37. Grenadines of Grenada.
38. Guinea Bissau.
44. Ireland (EIRE).
45. ISO Sverige.
48. Khor Fakkan.
58. Marshall Islands.
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