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Year: 1980
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Green Revolutions Reconsidered
Author: Himmat Singh
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195651898
Pages: 302
Year: 2001
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This volume counters current arguments against the green revolution. Using post-green revolution Punjab as his prime example, Singh argues that agricultural intensification has rejuvenated its traditional rural society by both modernizing its economy and by importing additional social dynamism.
Communism and Gita
Author: Himmat Singh Sinha
Publisher: Concept Publishing Company
Pages: 288
Year: 1979
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Migration of Labour in India
Author: Himmat Singh Ratnoo
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317333411
Pages: 224
Year: 2016-06-17
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Migration – both within and between countries – is increasingly one of the world's most important policy issues. The faster the Indian economy grows, the larger will be the geographical redistribution of the workforce from localities of low to those of high employment growth. Thus, territorial mobility is fundamental both to realizing the full economic potential of India's people and to allowing the population to escape from rural poverty. The book analyses the decisive factors in labour migration. Based upon a thorough and robust examination of migrants to three slum localities of Delhi stretching over four decades, the author examines why people migrate, the circumstances of their decision and their experience at their destination. He investigates the myths of urban policy – that "rural development" will reduce migration to the cities, that "growth poles" can be created to divert migrant flows, and that government has the power to influence significantly migration scales and directions while pursuing essentially unpredictable market-driven economic growth. Testing the essential theoretical basis for urban policy in India, the book is of interest to academics studying migration of labour and urbanization, and those interested in South Asian Studies.
A writer's duty
Author: Rajmohan Gandhi
Pages: 47
Year: 1977
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Historical Dictionary of Azerbaijan
Author: Tadeusz Swietochowski, Brian C. Collins
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810835509
Pages: 145
Year: 1999-01-01
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The history of Azerbaijan is a chronology of its domination. Its most recent ruler was the USSR, but Azerbaijan has been within the boundaries of many conquerers from the Medians to Alexander the Great to the Arabs and Turks. Through the long history of foreign occupations, the Azeris have preserved a national identity and they have periodically generated local leaders. With the recent break up of the USSR, Azerbaijan can once again assert itself as an independent nation. Strategically located and of economic interest to other nations, Azerbaijan cannot be ignored. The Azeris are united by their language, Azeris, their religion, Islam, and a common history. However, since the Russian conquest of northern Azerbaijan in the first half of the nineteenth century, they have been divided by politics. Azerbaijan is a divided land; its cultural boundaries stretch beyond the geopolitical ones so that a large portion of what was once Azerbaijan is currently part of Iran, and more Azerbaijanis live within Iran (in Iranian Azerbaijan) than in the independent Republic of Azerbaijan. The contemporary history of Azerbaijan has been a complicated story. There is an on-going conflict with neighboring Armenia which has shaped not only foreign policy and relations, but the domestic politics of the nation. Those politics have been further complicated by Western interest in Azerbaijani off-shore oil deposits. Given its history, Azerbaijan is certainly not the easiest country to describe. This historical dictionary does an excellent job despite the difficulties. It provides entries on persons, institutions and events, with some emphasis on recent periods, but with a view of the earliest history. There are other entries on the important aspects of the economy, society, religion and culture. Also useful are an introduction for context, and a helpful chronology. A select bibliography of works in English and other languages completes the volume.
Himmat Shah
Author: Himmat Shah, Roobina Karode, Anant Art Gallery
Pages: 44
Year: 2005
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Collection of photoreproductions of the sculptures by a 20th century sculptor from India; includes articles on his work.
Himmat Hai
Author: Kiran Bedi
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd
ISBN: 8128822373
Pages: 316
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‘मैंने देखा कि उच्चस्तरीय नौकरशाहों का गुट पुलिस नेतृत्व को हाशिए पर ला रहा है, जो कि राष्ट्र व उसकी प्रजा के लिए हानिकारक है और आज उसके परिणाम हम सबके सामने हैं। भारतीय पुलिस के पास जनता का भरोसा नहीं है----’ इस पूर्णतया संशोधित व परिवर्द्धित संस्करण में आप पाएँगे कि किस प्रकार किरण बेदी की अपनी सेवा के कुछ सदस्यों तथा विशेष नौकरशाहों ने मिलकर पुलिस सुधारो को व्यर्थ करना चाहा, जिन्हें भारत के सर्वोच्च न्यायालय के आदेशानुसार क्रियान्वित किया जाना था। इन्हीं लोगों ने पुलिस कमिश्नर के रूप में उनकी नियुक्ति में भी बाधा डाली। इस प्रकार विध्वंस ही वह आखिरी चरण था, जिसने उन्हें इन बंधनों से बाहर आने पर विवश कर दिया। एक लंबी व प्रशंसनीय पारी (कुल पैंतीस वर्ष) के बाद किरण बेदी ने आगे बढ़ने का फैसला ले लिया। उन्हें लगा कि अब वे ऐसे व्यक्तियों के साथ और काम नहीं कर सकती थीं, जो तंत्र को दास बना रहे थे। उन्होंने दृढ़ निश्चय कर रखा था कि वे इन विध्वंसकों की अधीनस्थ बनकर कार्य नहीं करेंगी। ऐसे व्यक्ति दूसरों को बौना बनाने, पहल को कुचलने व मनोबल तोड़ने के सिवा कौन-सा मार्गदर्शन या दिशा-निर्देश दे सकते थे? वे ऐसे अविश्वसनीय इतिहास का एक अंग नहीं बनना चाहती थीं। जैसा कि वे कहती हैंµ ‘‘मेरे आत्मसम्मान, न्याय की सहज शक्ति, जीवन में मूल्य तथा विश्वास ने, राह में आने वाले व वृद्धि को रोकने वाली बाधाओं से पार पाने की प्रेरणा दी और अब मैंने तय कर लिया है कि मैं स्वयं को मुक्त करके अपने समय की खुद स्वामिनी बनूँगी।’’ रोमांच, जीवंतता व प्रेरणा से भरपूर रोचक गाथा---
The Indian Encyclopaedia: Gautami Ganga -Himmat Bahadur
Author: Subodh Kapoor
Publisher: Genesis Publishing Pvt Ltd
ISBN: 817755266X
Pages: 8176
Year: 2002
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Author: Major Verma Krapal
Publisher: Kusum Prakashan
ISBN: 8191009005
Pages: 214
Year: 2010-09-04
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An army Major gets into the jail on a ficticious complaint. He meets with not the undertrials ...but with their gory stories of murder , deciet , sodomy , trechery ...just told in the open ..in front of all and sundry! The story of a homosexual -Nounoo and the rape case of a miner girl ...shakes his soul completely. He writes ...and writes ...till he makes it 'The Undertrials' a classic...!
God So Loves the City
Author: Charles Van Engen, Jude Tiersma
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1606089463
Pages: 338
Year: 2009-08-01
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From the explosive contexts of Nairobi, Mexico City, Los Angeles, and Madras burst fresh insights on the mission of the church for the city. Jude Tiersma and Charles Van Engen worked closely with an international team of experienced urban practitioners to explore the most urgent issues facing those who minister in today's cities. From each particular urban setting, a team member contributed a story from ministry in the city. Each story uniquely illustrates a different challenge of urban ministry in the face of injustice, marginalization, and urban structures. This book brings you these stories, then retells them in light of Scripture, introducing new hope to each one. From these stories emerge new ideas about the nature of cities and how to practice ministry in them. The new methodology employed by Van Engen and Tiersma's team leads us in the first steps toward a theology of mission for the city. God So Loves the City is a must for pastors, seminary students, missiologists, congregation members, and all who are concerned about urban ministry.
A Study Guide for Sadat Hasan Manto's "Dog of Tithwal"
Author: Gale, Cengage Learning
Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1410344444
Pages: 15
Year: 2016-07-14
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A Study Guide for Sadat Hasan Manto's "Dog of Tithwal," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Short Stories for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Short Stories for Students for all of your research needs.
Himmat Jounpuri
Author: Rahi Masoom Raza
Publisher: Rajkamal Prakashan Pvt Ltd
ISBN: 8171784828
Pages: 127
Year: 1969
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Utho Himmat Karo
Author: Shyam Chandra Kapoor
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
ISBN: 8185828768
Year: 1984
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Apni Himmat Apni Rah
Author: Swet
Publisher: Orient Paperbacks
ISBN: 8122201393
Year: 1994
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