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   1 Weiss, Mark Allen
Data structures and algorithm analysis in C / Mark Allen
Weiss.--2nd ed-- Noida: Pearson Education, 2014.
527p. , 24cm.
Lost and replaced by Prof. Subir Bhattacharyay.
ISBN : 9788177583588.
005.133 WEI 141406
The author continues to refine and enhance his innovative
approach to algorithms and data structures. Using a C
implementation, he highlights conceptual topics, focusing
on ADTs and the analysis of algorithms for efficiency as
well as performance and running time.

** C (Computer program language) , Data structures
(Computer science) , Computer algorithms
   2 Chakraborty, S K
Rajarshi leadership : the saving role of authentic
spirituality / S K Chakraborty and Debangshu Chakraborty.
--2nd ed-- Puducherry: Auropublications, 2014.
ii, 423p., 23cm.
ISBN : 9788170603375.
181.45 CHA 141557-141558
This book presents both conceptual insights and practical
examples about spiritually transformed leadership. The
Yoga-Vedanta spiritual model is its anchor. It explores a
much wider vista for transformational leadership beyond
business success or political strategy.

** Psychology, Religious , Spirituality , Leadership

   3 Jones, Justin
Shi-a Islam in colonial India : religion, community and
sectarianism / Justin Jones.-- New Delhi: Cambridge
University Press, 2012.
xxv, 276p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9781107026971.
297.82095409034 JON 141421
This book traces the history of Indian Shi-ism through
the colonial period toward independence in 1947. It shows
how a Shi-a sectarian identity developed that existed
separately from its Sunni counterparts.

** Shi-a -- India -- History , Shi-a -- Customs and
practices , Lucknow (India) -- Religious life and customs
   4 Channa, Subhadra Mitra
Gender in South Asia : social imagination and constructed
realities / Subhadra Mitra Channa.-- Delhi: Cambridge
University Press, 2013. ix, 228p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9781107043619.
305.40954 CHA 141440
The book theorizes gender in terms of models generalizing
upon historical sources and lived realities.

** Women -- India -- Social conditions , Women -- India -
History , Feminism -- India

5 Shekhawat, Seema
Gender, conflict and peace in Kashmir : invisible
stakeholders / Seema Shekhawat.-- Delhi: Cambridge
University Press, 2014.
x, 186p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9781107041875.
305.409546 SHE 141439
The book adopts a gendered approach to the Kashmir
conflict and centrally engages women as agents in
conflict and stakeholders in peace. It also brings a
fresh understanding on the intersection of gender,
conflict and peace to make the conflict discourse gender
sensitive and the peace process gender inclusive.

** Women -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir -- Social
conditions , Feminism -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir ,
Social conflict -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir

6 Das, Anirban
Toward a politics of the (im)possible : the body in third
world feminisms / Anirban Das.-- London: Anthem Press,
xxii, 211p. , 21cm.
ISBN : 9789380601540.
305.42091724 DAS 141478
This book presents a philosophical discussion on the
issues of the body and knowledge from a feminist

** Human body -- Developing countries , Feminism --
Developing countries , SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology --

7 Banerjee, Himadri
Calcutta mosaic : essays and interviews on the minority
communities of Calcutta / Himadri Banerjee, Nilanjana
Gupta and Sipra Mukherjee.-- London: Anthem Press, 2012.
x, 264p. , 21cm.
ISBN : 9789380601618.
305.800954147 BAN 141431
This book brings together original essays and interviews
which trace the history of the peoples in the city of
Calcutta. Calcutta is simultaneously associated with
intellectual creativity, processions and palaces and a
unique way of claiming the outsider as its own. This
collection brings together the stories of the Armenians,
Chinese, Sikhs South Indians Bohra Muslims and other
communities who have come and created this wondrous
mosaic the city of Calcutta.

** India -- History -- 1526-1765 , Kolkata (India) --
Social life and customs , Kolkata (India) -- Minorities

8 Buckles, Daniel
Fighting eviction : tribal land rights and research-in-
action / Daniel Buckles and others.-- Delhi: Foundation
Books, 2014.
xviii, 230p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9789382264538.
305.80095479 BUC 141436
This book discusses two development themes: the land and
housing rights of India-s adivasi, and methods for
engaging marginalized people in action research. It
focuses on a concrete problem enclosure and eviction of
the Katkari, a primitive forest tribe, from their rural
hamlets on the plains of Maharashtra. The book traces the
evolving relationship between adivasi and caste-based
agrarian societies in modern India, and the
transformation of the Katkari into bonded workers in
brick kilns and charcoal operations, serving the urban
and industrial interests of Greater Mumbai.

** Kathodi (Indic people) -- Legal status, laws, etc. --
India -- Maharashtra , Land tenure -- India --
Maharashtra , Right of property -- India -- Maharashtra
   9 Shani, Ornit
Communalism, caste and Hindu nationalism : the violence
in Gujarat / Ornit Shani.-- New Delhi: Cambridge
University Press, 2008.
xiii, 215p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9780521727532.
306.20954 SHA 141433
This book examines the rise of Hindu nationalism, asking
why distinct groups of Hindus, deeply divided by caste,
mobilised on the basis of unitary Hindu nationalism, and
why the Hindu nationalist rhetoric about the threat of
the impoverished Muslim minority was so persuasive to the
Hindu majority.

** Communalism -- India -- Ahmadabad , Hindutva -- India
- Ahmadabad , Caste -- India -- Ahmadabad

10 Chandra, Kanchan
Why ethnic parties succeed : patronage and ethnic head
counts in India / Kanchan Chandra.-- New York: Cambridge
University Press, 2004.
xxi, 343p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9780521608374.
306.260954 CHA 141480
This book builds a theory of ethnic party performance in
-patronage democracies-. The author shows why individual
voters and political entrepreneurs in such democracies
condition their strategies not on party ideologies or
policy platforms, but on a headcount of co-ethnics and
others across party personnel and among the electorate.

** Political parties -- India , Minorities -- Political
activity -- India , India -- Ethnic relations --
Political aspects
   11 Misra, R P (ed)
Urbanisation in South Asia : focus on mega cities / R P
Misra.-- Delhi: Foundation Books, 2013.
xxiii, 506p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9788175966369.
307.14160954 MIS 141425
The focus of the book is on mega cities, often called
engines of economic growth. Mega cities constitute major
assets of the countries, at the same time they are also
centres of major convulsions. The book contains chapters
on South Asia-s nine mega cities รจ Mumbai, Kolkata,
Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad (in India),
Karachi, and Lahore (in Pakistan), and Dhaka (in

** Urbanization -- South Asia , Urbanization -- India ,
City planning -- South Asia
   12 Comfort, Nicholas
The Politics book : a lexicon of political facts from Abu
Ghraib to Zippergate / Nicholas Comfort.-- New Delhi:
Research Press, 2006.
vi, 911p. , 24cm.
ISBN : 9788173141362.
320.014 COM 141415
This book is a snapshot of where the language of Politics
has got to. It has always been the richest of languages,
because of the vivid way in which many of our politicians
express themselves, from the sound-bites with which they
woo the voters to the devastating put-downs they use on
each other.

** Political science -- Terminology , World politics --
1989- , Political science

13 Sevea, Iqbal Singh
The Political philosophy of Muhammad Iqbal : Islam and
nationalism in late colonial India / Iqbal Singh Sevea.--
New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
xix, 234p. 23cm.
ISBN : 9781107038189.
320.557092 IQB 141476
This book reflects upon the political philosophy of
Muhammad Iqbal, a towering intellectual figure in South
Asian history, revered by many for his poetry and his
thought.The book studies Iqbal-s critique of nationalist
ideology and his attempts to chart a path for the
development of the -nation- by liberating it from the
centralizing and homogenizing tendencies of the modern
state structure.

** Iqbal, Muhammad, -- Sir, -- 1877-1938 -- Political and
social views , Iqbal, Muhammad, -- Sir, -- 1877-1938 --
Religion , Islam and state -- India -- History -- 20th
   14 Scalmer, Sean
Gandhi in the West : the Mahatma and the rise of radical
protest / Sean Scalmer.-- New Delhi: Cambridge University
Press, 2011.
vi, 248p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9781107014114.
322.4 GAN 141438
The book shows how Gandhi-s non-violent protests were the
subject of widespread discussion and debate in the USA
and UK for several decades. Though at first
misrepresented by Western newspapers, they were patiently
described and clarified by a devoted group of
cosmopolitan advocates. Small groups of Westerners
experimented with Gandhian techniques in virtual
anonymity and then, on the cusp of the 1960s, brought
these methods to a wider audience.

** Gandhi, -- Mahatma, -- 1869-1948 -- Influence ,
Nonviolence -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century ,
Nonviolence -- United States -- History -- 20th century
   15 Ray, Aswini K
Western realism and international relations : a non-
western view / Aswini K Ray.-- New Delhi: Foundation
Books, 2004.
xi, 232p. , 24cm.
ISBN : 9788175962187.
327.1 RAY 141479
This book provides an alternative perspective of
international relations from Hiroshima to 9/11. The Cold
War that it spawned restricted economic
prosperity, political stability, and democratic freedom
within its narrow core-area of the United States and
Europe at the cost of its vast periphery in the Third

** Security, International , International relations ,
National security -- South Asia

16 Stewart, Gordon T
Journeys to empire : enlightenment, imperialism, and the
British encounter with Tibet, 1774-1904 / Gordon T
Stewart.-- New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
xiv, 280p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9780521761338.
327.41051509033 STE 141453
This compelling account of two British missions to Tibet
in 1774 and 1904 provides a unique perspective on the
relationship between the Enlightenment and European
colonialism. The author traces the shifting ideologies,
economic interests and political agendas that lay behind
British empire-building from the late eighteenth century
to the twentieth century.

** Younghusband, Francis Edward, -- Sir, -- 1863-1942 ,
Bogle, George, -- 1746-1781 , Great Britain -- Foreign
relations -- China -- Tibet , Great Britain -- Foreign
relations -- China -- Tibet Autonomous Region

17 Nayar, Baldev Raj
India in the world order : searching for major-power
status / Baldev Raj Nayar and T V Paul.-- New Delhi:
Foundation Books, 2004.
ix, 291p. , 23cm.
(Contemporary South Asia , 9).
ISBN : 9788175962316.
327.54009045 NAY 141444
The book details the major constraints at the
international, domestic and perceptual levels that India
has faced in this endeavor. It concludes, through a
detailed comparison of India-s power capabilities, that
India is indeed a rising power, but that significant
systemic and domestic changes will be necessary before it
can achieve its goal.

** India -- Foreign relations -- 20th century , World
politics -- 20th century , International relations

18 Swami, Praveen
India, Pakistan and the secret jihad : the covert war in
Kashmir, 1947-2004 / Praveen Swami.-- London: Routledge,
ix, 258p. , 22cm.
ISBN : 9780415404594.
327.5405491 SWA 141443
This book explores the history of jihadist violence in
Kashmir, and argues that the violent conflict which
exploded after 1990 was not a historical discontinuity,
but, rather, an escalation of what was by then a five-
decade old secret war.

** Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- Politics and government ,
India -- Foreign relations -- Pakistan , Pakistan --
Foreign relations -- India
   19 Fisher, Michael H
The Inordinately strange life of Dyce Sombre : Victorian
Anglo-Indian MP and a -chancery lunatic- / Michael H
Fisher.-- New Delhi: Foundation Books, 2010.
xx, 396p. , 22cm.
ISBN : 9781849040006.
328.41092 DYC 141450
This book is an intimate portrait of a man living between
many worlds immensely entertaining.It explores important
questions about status race gender ideas of property and
insanity, and empire and identity.

** Dyce Sombre, David Ochterlony, 1808-1851 , Dyce
Sombre, David Ochterlony, 1808-1851 --Trials, litigation,
etc , Dyce Sombre, David Ochterlony, 1808-1851 --Exile ,
Anglo-Indians --Biography , Legislators --Great Britain -
Biography , Insanity (Law) --Great Britain
 330   ECONOMICS  
   20 Green, Nile
Bombay Islam : the religious economy of the West Indian
ocean, 1840-1915 / Nile Green.-- New Delhi: Cambridge
University Press, 2011.
xvi, 327p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9781107020764.
330.954792031 GRE 141430
This book traces the ties between industrialization,
imperialism, and the production of religion to show how
Muslim migration from the oceanic and continental
hinterlands of Bombay in this period fueled demand for a
wide range of religious suppliers, as Christian
missionaries competed with Muslim religious entrepreneurs
for a stake in the new market. The book examines the role
of ordinary people mill hands and merchants in shaping
the demand that drove the market.

** Internal migrants -- India -- Mumbai -- History ,
Muslims -- India -- Mumbai -- History , Iranians -- India
   21 International Monetary Fund
Government finance statistics yearbook 2013 /
International Monetary Fund.-- Washington: International
Monetary Fund, 2013.
xxx, 641p. , 28cm.
ISBN : 9781484371091.
336 INT 141492

** Finance, Public-Statistics
   22 Kumar, Prakash
Indigo plantations and science in colonial India /
Prakash Kumar.-- New Delhi: Cambridge University Press,
xix, 334p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9781107038004.
338.17337 KUM 141449
The author documents the global history of agricultural
indigo, exploring the effects of nineteenth-century
globalisation on a colonial industry in South Asia.

** Indigo industry -- India -- Bengal -- History ,
Plantations -- India -- Bengal -- History , Indigo --
India -- History

23 Haynes, Douglas E
Small town capitalism in Western India : artisans,
merchants and the making of the informal economy, 1870-
1960 / Douglas E Haynes.-- New Delhi: Cambridge
University Press, 2012.
xv, 344p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9781107031296.
338.64209547 HAY 141477
This book charts the history of artisan production in the
Bombay Presidency from 1870 to 1960. Using extensive
archival research and numerous interviews, this book
explores the role of weavers, merchants, consumers and
laborers in the making of what the author calls -small-
town capitalism-.

** Artisans -- India -- History , Cottage industries --
India -- History , Textile industry -- India -- History
   24 Brewer, John (ed)
Consumption and the world of goods / John Brewer and Roy
Porter.-- London: Routledge, 2005.
xxi, 564p. , 25cm.
ISBN : 9780415114783.
339.47 BRE 141657
The focus on consumption changes the whole emphasis and
structure of historical enquiry. This book focuses on
patterns of consumption in 18th-century Europe. Its
objectives amount to a new description of a past culture
in its totality, as perceived through its patterns of
consumption in goods and services.

** Consumption (Economics)- History, Consumers- History,
Consumer goods- History, Civilization--History

25 McCracken, Grant
Culture and consumption : new approaches to the symbolic
character of consumer goods and activities / Grant
McCracken.-- Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990.
xv, 174p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9780253206282.
339.47 MAC 141658
This book is the source to anthropological understanding
on how consumption creates a brand meaning.

** Consumption (Economics)--History, Culture--History,
Social values--History

26 McCracken, Grant
Culture and consumption II : markets, meaning, and brand
management / Grant McCracken.-- Bloomington: Indiana
University Press, 2005.
x, 226p. , 24cm.
ISBN : 9780253217615.
339.47 MAC 141659
This book trades the platitudes about the consumer
society for an anthropological treatment. It opens with a
broadside against the now thoroughly conventionalized
attack on the consumer culture. Essays follow on homes,
cars, people, and social mobility, celebrities,
consumerism, and self-invention, museums and the power of
objects, the anthropology of advertising, and marketing,
meaning management, and value.

** Consumption (Economics)--History, Culture--History,
Social values--History
   27 Rao, Aparna (ed)
The Practice of war : production, reproduction and
communication of armed violence / Aparna Rao, Michael
Bollig and Monika Bock.-- Delhi: Foundation Books, 2014.
xvii, 346p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9789382993179.
355.02 RAO 141416
This book examines how people cope and adjust to
situations of war, depending upon whether these are low-
intensity or high-intensity ones, and on whether they are
brief phases of conflict or long enduring periods of

** War , War and society , Violence

28 Frey, Karsten
India-s nuclear bomb and national security / Karsten Frey
-- London: Routledge, 2007.
xiv, 232p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9780415401326.
355.02170954 FRE 141446
This book gives an analytic account of the dynamics of
India-s nuclear build-up. In contrast to conventional
studies on the issue, the author puts forward a new
model, which goes beyond the classic strategic concept of
accepting security-related motives of arming behaviour
and incorporates the dynamics in India-s nuclear

** Nuclear weapons -- India , National security -- India
India -- Military policy
   29 Bornstein, Erica
Disquieting gifts : humanitarianism in New Delhi / Erica
Bornstein.-- Delhi: Foundation Books, 2013.
xiv, 214p. , 24cm.
ISBN : 9789382264637.
361.7095456 BOR 141435
This book looks closely at those who do humanitarian work
in New Delhi to consider why people engage in
humanitarian work and to urge a rethinking of giving and
belonging in a global context.

** Charity , Hindu giving , Humanitarianism -- India --
New Delhi
   30 Whittaker, Andrea (ed)
Abortion in Asia : local dilemmas, global politics /
Andrea Whittaker.-- Delhi: Foundation Books, 2014.
xii, 253p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9789382993155.
362.198880095 WHI 141427
The issue of abortion forces a confrontation with the
effects of poverty and economic inequalities, local moral
worlds, and the cultural and social perceptions of the
female body, gender, and reproduction. Based on extensive
original field research, this book presents case studies
from 7 countries in Asia.

** Abortion -- Asia , Abortion -- Government policy --
Asia , Reproductive rights -- Asia
   31 International Monetary Fund
Direction of trade statistics yearbook 2013 /
International Monetary Fund.-- Washington: International
Monetary Fund, 2013.
xxii, 600p. , 28cm.
ISBN : 9781484381854.
382.021 INT 141493

** Commercial statistics-Periodicals

32 International Monetary Fund
Balance of payments statistics yearbook 2013 /
International Monetary Fund.-- Washington: International
Monetary Fund, 2013.
xxxiv, 1077p. , 28cm.
ISBN : 9781484315439.
382.17021 INT 141494

** Balance of payments-Statistics-Periodicals , Balance
of payments
 398   FOLKLORE  
   33 Doniger, Wendy
Splitting the difference : gender and myth in ancient
Greece and India / Wendy Doniger.-- Chicago: University
of Chicago Press, 1999.
xi, 376p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9780226156415.
398.2 DON 141486
Hindu and Greek mythologies teem with stories of women
and men who are doubled, who double themselves, who are
seduced by gods doubling as mortals and whose bodies are
split or divided. This book recounts and compares a vast
range of these tales from ancient Greece and India, with
occasional recourse to more recent "double features" from
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" to "Face/Off." argues that myth
responds to the complexities of the human condition by
multiplying or splitting its characters into unequal
parts, and these sloughed and cloven selves animate
mythology-s prodigious plots of sexuality and mortality.

** Sex -- Mythology -- Comparative studies , Mythology,
Greek , Hindu mythology

   34 Saldanha, Gabriela
Research methodologies in translation studies / Gabriela
Saldanha and Sharon O-Brien.-- New York: Routledge, 2013.
277p. , 25cm.
ISBN : 9781909485006.
418.02 SAL 141454
The book promotes a discerning and critical approach to
scholarly investigation by providing the reader not only
with the know-how but also with insights into how new
questions can be fruitfully explored through the coherent
integration of different methods of research.

** Translating and interpreting -- Research --
   35 Tabachnick, Barbara G
Using multivariate statistics / Barbara G Tabachnick and
Linda S Fidell.--6th ed-- Harlow: Pearson, 2014.
ii, 1056p. , 27cm.
ISBN : 9781292021317.
519.535 TAB 141559
This book takes a practical approach to multivariate data
analysis, with an introduction to the most commonly
encountered statistical and multivariate techniques. It
provides practical guidelines for conducting numerous
types of multivariate statistical analyses. It gives
syntax and output for accomplishing many analyses through
the most recent releases of SAS and SPSS.

** Multivariate analysis
 610   MEDICINE and HEALTH  
   36 Sharma, Madhuri
Indigenous and western medicine in colonial India /
Madhuri Sharma.-- Delhi: Foundation Books, 2012.
xiii, 177p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9788175968899.
615.8809542 SHA 141448
This book delves into the social history of medicine and
reflects on the complexity of social interaction between
indigenous and western medicine in colonial India. The
book draws upon a host of authentic sources such as
tracts, pamphlets, brochures, booklets of various
medicine shops and drug manufacturing companies
functioning in the colonial era. This work analyses the
medical market and entrepreneurship in medicine in
colonial India. It deconstructs the then prevalent
-advertisements-, treating them both as a reflection on
the contemporaneous values and lifestyles and as a medium
for the creation of medical consumers.

** Medicine, Ayurvedic -- history -- India , Attitude to
Health -- India , Colonialism -- history -- India

37 Weiss, Brian L
Miracles happen : the transformational healing power of
past-life memories / Brian L Weiss and Amy E Weiss.-- New
York: HarperOne, 2013. 342p. , 20cm.
ISBN : 9780062201232.
616.89145 WEI 141482
This book examines the physical, emotional, and spiritual
healing that is possible when you freely accept and
embrace the reality of reincarnation. Trained as a
traditional psychotherapist, the author began to explore
how reincarnation and past life regression can lead us to
our higher selves after a startling encounter with a

** Reincarnation therapy , Regression (Psychology) ,
BODY, MIND and SPIRIT / Spirituality / General , Self-
actualization (Psychology)
   38 Young, Suzanne (ed)
Institutional investor-s power to change corporate
behavior: international perspectives / Suzanne Young and
Stephen Gates.-- United kingdom: Emerald, 2013.
xxvii, 423p. , 24cm.
ISBN : 9781781907702.
658.408 YOU 141455
The aim of the book is to explore public concerns and
practical issues deeply and rethink theoretical debates
and institutional policies critically in the broad area
of corporate responsibility, corporate governance and
sustainability around the world. It examines the social,
economic and environmental impacts of corporations, and
the real effects of corporate governance, CSR and
business sustainability on societies in different
regions. It facilitates a better understanding of how
value systems, cultures and traditions in different
societies may affect the policies and practices of
corporate responsibility, governance and sustainability.
It identifies the future development trends of corporate
responsibility, governance and sustainability in contexts
when examining and exploring those key issues.

** Business and Economics -- Business Ethics , Company
secretary: role and responsibilities , Boards and directors:
role and responsibilities
   39 Mehta, Rini Bhattacharya (ed)
Bollywood and globalization : Indian popular cinema,
nation, and diaspora / Rini Bhattacharya Mehta and
Rajeshwari V Pandharipande.-- London: Anthem Press, 2011.
xi, 197p. , 21cm.
ISBN : 9789380601342.
791.430954 MEH 141429
This book is a collection of incisive articles on the
interactions between Indian Popular Cinema and the
political and cultural ideologies of a new post-Global

** Motion pictures --India , Motion picture industry --
India , Motion pictures and globalization --India ,
Culture in motion pictures

40 Dwyer, Rachel
Filming the gods : religion and Indian cinema / Rachel
Dwyer.-- London: Routledge, 2006.
x, 198p. , 22cm.
ISBN : 9780415314259.
791.4368294 DWY 141437
Filming the Gods examines the role and depiction of
religion in Indian cinema, showing that the relationship
between the modern and the traditional in contemporary
India is not exotic, but part of everyday life.
Concentrating mainly on the Hindi cinema of Mumbai,
Bollywood, it also discusses India-s other cinemas.

** Motion pictures -- India -- History , Motion pictures
- Religious aspects , PERFORMING ARTS -- Film and Video --
   41 Butcher, Jim
Academ-s fury / Jim Butcher.-- New York: Ace Books, 2010.
704p. , 19cm.
ISBN : 9780441013401.
813.6 BUT 141468
The precarious alliance between the people of Alera and
the furies is thrown into disarray by the death of the
First Lord of Alera, and the fate of the Alerians lies in
the hands of Tavi, an untried young man who must draw on
his courage to save his world.

** Alera (Imaginary kingdom) -- Fiction , Teenage boys --
Fiction , Warriors -- Fiction

42 Butcher, Jim
Captain-s fury / Jim Butcher.-- New York: Ace Books, 2010
643p. , 19cm.
ISBN : 9780441016556.
813.6 BUT 141469
Tavi of Calderon, now captain of his own Legion, has been
fighting a bitter war for two years. Then he discovers
the invading Canim warriors are harbingers of a far
greater threat. The Canim are being hunted in their turn
by a savage race that forced them from their homeland -
and which has pursued them to the Aleran borders. With
options fast running out, Tavi proposes an alliance with
the Canim.But the Senate-s new military commander wishes
only to wipe out the Canim -scourge-, and would also kill
Aleran slaves that have sought freedom with these
aggressors.Tavi must reconcile Aleran and Canim,
slavemaster and slave, Citizen and Proletarian, if an
alliance is to be forced. And he must lead his Legion in
defiance of the law, against both friend and enemy -
before the greatest army of all launches its assault.

** Alliances -- Fiction , Alliances

43 Butcher, Jim
Cursor-s fury / Jim Butcher.-- New York: Ace Books, 2010.
692p. , 19cm.
ISBN : 9780441015474.
813.6 BUT 141470
When the High Lord of Kalare enters into a dangerous
alliance with the Canim, and treachery destroys the
Aleran army-s command structure, an inexperienced, young
Tavi of Calderon leads a poorly equipped legion against
the Canim horde.

** Imaginary wars and battles -- Fiction , Imaginary
places -- Fiction , Alera (Imaginary kingdom) -- Fiction

44 Butcher, Jim
First lord-s fury / Jim Butcher.-- New York: Ace Books,
764p. , 19cm.
ISBN : 9780441019625.
813.6 BUT 141471
The aging First Lord of Alera has fallen in battle. Yet
his people must continue to resist an invading inhuman
army. Desperate Alerans even pledge fealty to the Vord
Queen to survive, turning the incredible power of Aleran
furies back on their own people. And despite all efforts,
the Alerans are being ground into dust and pushed to the
farthest reaches of their own realm.However, Tavi has
returned with vital insights from the Canim Blood Lands.
He knows how to counter the Vord and, more importantly,
believes human ingenuity can equal fury-born powers. Now
events are rushing towards a last stand, where Tavi and
the last Aleran legions must formulate a dangerous new
strategy, together. For a civilisation is on the brink of

** Imaginary places -- Fiction , Imaginary wars and
battles -- Fiction , Fantasy fiction
   45 Daiya, Kavita
Violent belongings : partition, gender, and national
culture in postcolonial India / Kavita Daiya.-- New Delhi
: Yoda Press, 2008.
xi, 260p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9789380403021.
820.93585404 DAI 141426
The 1947 Partition of India resulted in the death of two
million people and the displacement of sixteen million
more. This book is about the relation between culture and
violence in the modern world, exploring contemporary
ethnic and gendered violence, and the questions about
belonging that trouble nations and nationalisms.

** English literature -- South Asian authors -- History
and criticism , American literature -- South Asian
authors -- History and criticism , Motion pictures --
   46 Mehrotra, Arvind Krishna
Songs of Kabir / Arvind Krishna Mehrotra.-- New York: New
York Review of Books, 2011.
xxxiii, 106p. , 20cm.
ISBN : 9781590173794.
891.4312 KAB 141484
This book presents a selection of poetry by the famous
15th century Indian mystic, who drew upon both Hinduism
and Islam while preaching the transcendence of both.

** Kabir, -- active 15th century -- Translations into
English , Hindi poetry -- To 1500 -- Translations into
English , Kabir, -- active 15th century
   47 Woolf, D R (ed)
The Oxford history of historical writing / D R Woolf.--
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.
xviii, 652p. , 24cm.
V.1:Beginnings to AD 600 , V.2:400-1400 , V.3:1400-1800 ,
V.4:1800-1945 , V.5:Historical writing since 1945.
ISBN : V.1:9780199218158.
ISBN : V.2:9780199236428.
ISBN : V.3:9780199219179.
ISBN : V.4:9780199533091.
ISBN : V.5:9780199225996.
907.2 WOO 141487,V1, 141488,V2, 141489,V3,
141490,V4, 141491,V5
This book offers essays by leading scholars on the
development and history of the major traditions of
historical writing, including the ancient Near East,
Classical Greece and Rome, and East and South Asia from
their origins until ca. AD 600. It aims at once to
provide an authoritative survey of the field and to
provoke cross-cultural comparisons. It explores
representations of the past from the beginning of writing
to the present day, and from all over the world.

** Historiography -- History , Historiography
   48 Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan
History, culture and the Indian city / Rajnarayan
Chandavarkar.-- New Delhi: Cambridge University Press,
xi, 270p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9780521767477.
954 CHA 141442
This book is a substantial collection of unpublished
articles, lectures and papers from one of the finest
Indian historians of the twentieth century.

** India -- History , India -- Social conditions , Mumbai
(India) -- History

49 Kapila, Shruti (ed)
An Intellectual history for India / Shruti Kapila.--
Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
viii, 156p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9780521199759.
954 KAP 141451
This book addresses the power of ideas in the making of
Indian political modernity. It reviews the period from
the emergence of constitutional liberalism in the1830s,
through the swadeshi era to the writings of Tilak, Azad
and Gandhi in the twentieth century. While several
contributions reflect on the ideologies of nationalism,
the book seeks to rescue intellectual history from being
simply a narration of the nation-state.

** India -- Intellectual life , Intellectual life , India

50 Sturman, Rachel
The Government of social life in colonial India :
liberalism, religious law, and women-s rights / Rachel
Sturman.-- New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
xviii, 289p. , 23cm.
(Cambridge studies in Indian history and society, 21).
ISBN : 9781107038196.
954 STU 141441
This book analyses the system of personal law in colonial
India through a re-examination of women-s rights.
Focusing on Hindu law in western India, it challenges
existing scholarship, showing how - far from being a
system based on traditional values - Hindu law was
developed around ideas of liberalism, and that this
framework encouraged questions about equality, women-s
rights, the significance of bodily difference, and more
broadly the relationship between state and society.

** Women-s rights -- India -- History , India -- Social
conditions , Religious law and legislation -- India --

51 Green, Nile
Islam and the army in colonial India : sepoy religion in
the service of empire / Nile Green.-- New Delhi:
Cambridge University Press, 2009.
xvi, 217p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9780521762717.
954.0088297 GRE 141452
This book studies the cultural world of the Muslim
soldiers of colonial India. Set in Hyderabad in the mid-
nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the book
focuses on the soldiers- relationships with the faqir
holy men who protected them and the British officers they

** India. -- Army -- History -- 19th century , India. --
Army -- History -- 20th century , Muslims -- India --
History -- 19th century

52 Anderson, Clare
The Indian uprising of 1857-8 : prisons, prisoners and
rebellion / Clare Anderson.-- London: Anthem Press, 2012.
viii, 205p. , 21cm.
ISBN : 9789380601526.
954.0317 AND 141447
This book, based on extensive archival research in
Britain and India, examines why mutineer-rebels chose to
attack prisons and release prisoners, discusses the
impact of the destruction of the jails on British penal
policy in Southeast Asia, re-examines Britain-s decision
to settle the Andaman Islands as a penal colony in 1858,
and re-evaluates the experiences of mutineer-rebel
convicts there.

** Prisons -- India -- History -- 19th century ,
Prisoners -- India -- Social conditions -- 19th century ,
Insurgency -- India -- History -- 19th century

53 Brown, Judith M (ed)
The Cambridge companion to Gandhi / Judith M Brown and
Anthony Parel.-- New Delhi: Cambridge University Press,
xvii, 273p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9781107602205.
954.035092 GAN 141432
This book traces Gandhi-s extraordinary story. The first
part of the book explores his transformation from a small
town lawyer during his early life in South Africa into a
skilled political activist and leader of civil resistance
in India. The second part is devoted to Gandhi-s key
writings and his thinking on a broad range of topics,
including religion, conflict, politics and social
relations. The final part reflects on Gandhi-s image and
on his legacy in India, the West and beyond.

** Gandhi, -- Mahatma, -- 1869-1948 , Gandhi, -- Mahatma,
-- 1869-1948 -- Political and social views , Gandhi, --
Mahatma, -- 1869-1948 -- Influence

54 Paul, T V (ed)
The India-Pakistan conflict : an enduring rivalry / T V
Paul.-- New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
xiv, 273p. , 21cm.
ISBN : 9788175963641.
954.04 PAU 141445
The India-Pakistan rivalry remains one of the most
intractable conflicts of our times. It began with the
birth of the two states in 1947, and it has continued
ever since. This book brings together leading experts in
international relations theory and comparative politics
to explain the persistence of this rivalry.

** India-Pakistan Conflict, 1947-1949 , India --
Relations -- Pakistan , Pakistan -- Relations -- India

55 Hoodbhoy, Nafisa
Aboard the democracy train : a journey through Pakistan-s
last decade of democracy / Nafisa Hoodbhoy.-- London:
Anthem Press, 2012.
xxxi, 236p. , 21cm.
ISBN : 9789380601991.
954.91053 HOO 141428
This book is about politics and journalism in Pakistan.In
this book, the author reveals her unique experiences and
coverage of ethnic violence, women-s rights and media
freedoms. The narrative provides an insight into the
politics of the Pak-Afghan region in the post 9-11 era,
and exposes how the absence of rule of law claimed the
life of its.

** Pakistan -- Politics and government -- 1988- , Press
and politics -- Pakistan , Democracy -- Pakistan --
History -- 20th century

56 Wijesinha, Rajiva
Declining Sri Lanka : terrorism and ethnic conflict, the
legacy of J R Jayewardene (1906-1996) / Rajiva Wijesinha.
-- Delhi: Foundation Books, 2007. xii, 322p. , 23cm.
ISBN : 9788175965324.
954.93032 WIJ 141434

** Jayewardene, Junius Richard , Sri Lanka -- Politics
and government -- 1978- , Political science



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