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India Exposed

Author : Clive Limpkin
ISBN : 0789209942
Genre : History
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For an affordable xx, India is exposed in Clive Limpkin's beautiful pictures and insightful mini-essays. Limpkin traveled extensively throughout India, and the photographic legacy of his journeys is impressively far-reaching, both in geographic scope and subject. From "Elephants" to "Cremation," India Exposed examines natural life, culture, and regions in India. It is a comprehensive photographic tribute of the second-largest nation in the world.
Category: History

Mangrove Ecosystems A Global Biogeographic Perspective

Author : Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
ISBN : 9783319622064
Genre : Science
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This book presents a comprehensive overview and analysis of mangrove ecological processes, structure, and function at the local, biogeographic, and global scales and how these properties interact to provide key ecosystem services to society. The analysis is based on an international collaborative effort that focuses on regions and countries holding the largest mangrove resources and encompasses the major biogeographic and socio-economic settings of mangrove distribution. Given the economic and ecological importance of mangrove wetlands at the global scale, the chapters aim to integrate ecological and socio-economic perspectives on mangrove function and management using a system-level hierarchical analysis framework. The book explores the nexus between mangrove ecology and the capacity for ecosystem services, with an emphasis on thresholds, multiple stressors, and local conditions that determine this capacity. The interdisciplinary approach and illustrative study cases included in the book will provide valuable resources in data, information, and knowledge about the current status of one of the most productive coastal ecosystem in the world.
Category: Science

Modern India

Author : Henry Harpur Spry
ISBN : UOM:39015058496608
Genre : India
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Category: India

Indian History

Author : Dr. Sanjeevkumar Tandle
ISBN : 9781312372115
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Socialist India

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ISBN : UCAL:$C182786
Genre : Socialism
File Size : 65.66 MB
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Category: Socialism

Florence Nightingale On Health In India

Author : Gérard Vallée
ISBN : 9781554581122
Genre : History
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Volume 9: Florence Nightingale on Health in India is the first of two volumes reporting Nightingale’s forty years of work to improve public health in India. It begins with her work to establish the Royal Commission on the Sanitary State of the Army in India, for which she drafted questionnaires, analyzed returns, and did much of the final writing, going on to promote the implementation of its recommendations. In this volume a gradual shift of attention can be seen from the health of the army to that of the civilian population. Famine and epidemics were frequent and closely interrelated occurrences. To combat them, Nightingale recommended a comprehensive set of sanitary measures, and educational and legal reforms, to be overseen by a public health agency. Skilful in implementing the expertise, influence, and power of others, she worked with her impressive network of well-placed collaborators, having them send her information and meet with her back in London. The volume includes Nightingale’s work on the royal commission itself, related correspondence, numerous published pamphlets, articles and letters to the editor, and correspondence with her growing network of viceroys, governors of presidencies, and public health experts. Working with British collaborators, she began this work; over time Nightingale increased her contact with Indian nationals and promoted their work and associations. Currently, Volumes 1 to 11 are available in e-book version by subscription or from university and college libraries through the following vendors: Canadian Electronic Library, Ebrary, MyiLibrary, and Netlibrary.
Category: History

Corruption Free India

Author : Yasir Hussain
ISBN : 9789380297248
Genre : Corruption
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This book attempts to address the major issues concerning corruption in India. Presenting an overview of corruption in the country, it discusses at length its types, causes, consequences and cures. Giving a detailed account of major scandals India has witnessed, it examines the existing laws to tackle corruption in the country. Anti-corruption movement, the issue of Lokpal and the right to information also find place in the discussion.
Category: Corruption

British Imperialism

Author : Rob Johnson
ISBN : 9781403940315
Genre : History
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This essential guide offers a succinct, easy-to-read introduction to the key issues and historiography of British imperialism from the late Eighteenth-century to the present. Each chapter addresses questions posed by the nature of imperialism in its various military, economic, political and cultural forms, while current controversies - including the impact of Orientalism and post-colonialism - are explained and set in the context of previous debates. The first book in Palgrave Macmillan's Histories and Controversies series, British Imperialism enables readers to rapidly assimilate both historiography and key aspects of Britain's imperial power and influence.
Category: History