‘समझौता‘ एक दास की असल ज़िन्दगी पर निर्धारित कहानी है जो अकेला ही गरीबी के खिलाफ आज तक लड़ रहा है और उसने अपने जीवन का हर क्षण इस पल को जीतने में लगा रखा है।
सच्चाई तो यह है कि जब कभी हमारी ज़िन्दगी हमें एक ऐसे चौराहे पर लाकर रोक देती है कि हमें यह भी नहीं पता चलता कि किस तरफ जाना चाहिए तो फिर हमारे पास एक ही रास्ता बचता है कि उसी ज़िन्दगी को दोबारा से शुरु करें और वह भी अपनी पिछली सारी असफलताओं और बुरे से बुरे समय को भुलाकर। ये ही एक मात्र ऐसी चुनौती है जो हम सब को जीना सिखाती है।
‘‘कामयाबी कभी भी संपूर्ण नहीं होती, नाकामयाबी कभी घातक नहीं होती। ये तो आपकी साहस ही हैं जो असंभव को संभव बनाती हैं।‘‘
The book is a real-life love story of eternal love which will restore your faith in romance.
Climbing the scales of the hierarchy is what everyone desires after being coupled with the daily grind. This boy too sailed in the same boat until he took up a trip alone. A journey which one of his friends had persuaded him to take, into the city which was different from the corporate world he had known. The clatter of the river, the tweeting of birds, the swift tone of the blowing wind and whispering of woods, all became the music to his soul. Bemused by the hypnotism of nature, he did not want his voyage to end but the family chords were pulling him back. Blame it on the supernatural environs or the zealous adventures or the crazy food affairs, he had transformed beyond his own belief. What happened in those four days that he lost the corporate taste, is the anecdote which this book shares.
An Introductory Path to Artificial Intelligence:
Designed to serve as an introductory book for the students of engineering and research in the field of Artificial Intelligence. An Introductory Path to Artificial Intelligence aims to provide a thorough understanding of the basics of Artificial Intelligence and impart practical knowledge for the use of different algorithms of AI.
The book is written in a student friendly manner and introduces various algorithms and concepts of Artificial Intelligence followed by detailed explanations and examples. It also goes to define different forms of logic used to represent knowledge and leads up to different applications of Artificial Intelligence, and problem solving methods in real time.
Key Features of the Book:
• Provides simple and clear language for easy understanding of the user .
• Provides well-structured text along with illustrative block diagrams and figures wherever required.
• Illustrates different concepts through detailed examples.
• Includes chapter topics at the beginning of each chapter to describe the actual objective of the chapter .
• Includes a comprehensive coverage of each topic to meet the requirement of the target audience.
This book is written in the context of analyzing Political History and Contemporary Politics of India. It is a cautious review and evaluation of post-independence Indian Politics in the context of four and half years of Narendra Modi government. It has been successfully attempted to observe and manifest how much Indian politics has been ploughing on to achieve it’s standard, objectives, and goals. It also explains how much its selfless operation has contributed to the development story of today’s India. The author has tried to test and evaluate Modi Government on the standards of an ideal democracy in every chapter of the book
Democracy and Politics in India: Issues of Rights, Security and Development is an edited book by Dr. Pankaj Bora. This book has highlighted different aspects of Indian democracy and politics in general and North East India in particular. It has 22 research articles from different academicians exploring three interrelated issues — rights, security, and development in the country. The papers in the book have discussed the situation of health, sanitation, education, and environment in India. Few papers have focused on India’s relation with neighbouring countries and few papers have tried to look at the literature on Indian politics and democracy. This book will give an idea about democracy and politics in India as a whole and North East India in particular to the readers.
It is a book which inspires parents, students and teachers for the education which is truly needed in the society. Education does not mean academic degrees, it means much more than that. Cultural values are more needed to uplift the society and nation at large. Some stories will be a nice example for them who really can understand the value of education. Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education. There is no need to have great intellect or great talent to be great in the society. You do need the habit of thinking and acting in a manner which brings great success. That is true education. This book is based on these values of life.
This book is about journey of life from birth to death. Do you know what are the various events between birth and death?
What is the purpose of our arrival?
Do you know why do we get old?
What is death,what are the modes of death and what happens after death?
Do you want to do reality check of life then must read book “maanav jeevan ki aatmkatha”
Born to Marry is a collection of interesting incidents, experiences, accidents, thoughts, and experiments of a middle class boy who lost his mother at the age of 12. It is a collection of random incidents, some tragedies, and stories, precisely portrayed. It is a compilation of experiences the author had throughout his life with rash childhood, love, unending endeavour to settle down, unemployment, society, parents, and the constant fuss of getting married at a fairly young age. This book is an interesting tale in itself with profound observations and life lessons. It is an epitome of pain and hope.
The book completely describes the process of aging, its causes, its management and the prevention. It also talks about three diseases that are related to aging.
This book is best for the readers who need wholesome knowledge about aging.
Ever got stumped by the humble comma? Did you ever pause to think whether that beautiful sentence that you just wove needed to be joined with it’s other half by a colon or a semi colon? Do you break out into a huge sweat everytime you stared at a dash, a bracket, a brace, a dash– be it an en or an em? If the answer to all this is a big YES, then look no further. This easy to understand, well structured book, broken into succinct individual chapters, takes you through the nitty gritty of all the 14 Superstar Rules of English Grammar Punctuation. And what’s more__it’s written by the expert himself, one with tons of teaching experience behind him. Definitely, a huge boon for all lovers of the language, more so for anyone looking to perfect the Queen’s English.
This book has been written by the author on a topic which is not only worldwide focused and discussed but is directly related to the existence and survival of the human life on this planet. Although the book is mainly focused on the sex-selective abortions in the Indian society, it has also highlighted the menace internationally. This book covers the causes, motives, methods, consequences of sex-selective abortions and also discusses the laws relating to sex-selective abortions enacted by the legislature from time to time. The book discusses the applicability and implementation of the said laws by different organs of the government. The role of the judiciary in implementing the laws has also been discussed in length. The author has chosen only two districts of the state of J&K so as to deeply highlight the issue of sex-selective abortions in these areas. Being the resident of the district Srinagar the author could understand the intent and purpose of sex-selective abortions by the society by way of different methods. The methodology adopted by the author for the present study is partly doctrinal and partly non-doctrinal/empirical. To have a clear understanding of the social dimensions of sex-selective abortions different sections of the society were interviewed and also structured interview questioner was framed after interaction with the members of the sections of the society. After reading this book a reader would definitely get enlightened with the concept of sex-selective abortions which is still prevalent in our society at a time when human civilization claims to have reached to greater heights.
A Country is a Paradise when it is under a good Leadership; Paradise could become hellish when there is no governance”.
“Democracy is pretentious, unless we emancipate from the political system, it will disparage the concept of democracy”.“Politics and Democracy are two different ideologies. They are inseparably mixed; a suitable mechanism or a solvent is needed to elute this mixture for the good of this Country. Perhaps this The New Constitution of India 2018, may be a chromatography to eluting the mixture.” The Author says: ‘he has not done anything that infringes the fundamental rights of anyone, No derogation of fundamental rights, No inconsistency affecting the scope of Article 13(1) or Article 13(2) of the Constitution of India. Even assuming that some of them are, it is for the Government and the Courts to apply the Doctrine of Eclipse or on the Doctrine of Severability. Mechanical interpretation on this ‘New Constitution of India 2018’ might be atrophied or fossilised, but the organic might not !’. It is up to the Government to study, to find a way to implement without affecting the earlier judgements of High Court and Supreme Court on the Constitutional issues. Two main issues are involved:- 1) Whether the substance contained in this ‘The New Constitution of India 2018’ is derogative of fundamental rights within the meaning of Article 13(1) or under Article 13 (2)? 2) Whether the Parliament is having power to exercise its constitutional authority by way of addition, variation or repeal any provision as contemplated under Article 368 of the Constitution? ‘The New Constitution of India 2018’ helps a lame dog over the stile, to emancipate or unshackling the political system which disparaged the democracy in this country. The Author, 72 years of age, is with 43 years of experience as an Advocate. He is Senior Member in the Bar and Notary in Tamil Nadu. He is an Advocate on roll in the Supreme Court (OS) New Delhi. The Author has visited several foreign countries including England, USA, Scotland, France, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Paris. In 2012, the Author came to Bangalore with the intention of opening an additional office, but unfortunately, he was diagnosed for cancer and other problems and was to undergo 10 major operations one after the other till Feb 2018. He needs to be in Bangalore for few more months on the advice of doctors on health grounds.
We are all humans and all other living animal have a life. In our whole life, we have to perform lots of journeys. Among them some are routine, some due to sudden change, and finally most important the soul’s journey towards our goal. Our life is a journey as we progress toward adulthood from infancy, and at last journey towards our death. From the liquid form to the ashes, which mix up with mud is our journey.This debut book covers the travels from home to the working place of the narrator during his service. As a person working all over India, he has been posted almost everywhere in the country. Being a resident of north eastern region, the journeys are long. The book explores a train journey and its experiences that explicate the author’s struggle and dreams.
As Liberation War ended on 16th December in 1971 in erstwhile East Pakistan, a new nation emerged as Bangladesh with lofty ideals of democracy, socialism and secularism. Ironically, these dreams stood crushed as years rolled by and hit 46th year with the nation heading for another election.
Democracy and peoples’ rights seem to have become victims under the major dynastic political parties like Awami League and Bangladesh Nationalist Party. What added to the problem has been sudden Chinese presence with Indian influence waning; and huge Rohingya refugees. The book is based on interviews and tours, which reveals a gloomy outcome— election without democracy in a strategically important nation.
This book provides a wealth of information on adequacy, equity,
efficiency, quality, and liberty of education finance.
It also explores the political and legal dimensions of the education finance.
It contains a lucid and rigorous analysis of school choice, demand-side
financing schemes, public-private partnerships, innovative financing schemes
and aid instruments etc. It provides global as well as regional landscapes
of education finance with country-specific case studies. Thus, it is a
comprehensive academic book useful to students, researchers,
educationalists, economists, administrators and other policymakers.
This book studies the role of Indian children in family purchase decision making process duly considering important consumer socialization factors.
This book provides insights for the marketers in identifying the key processes and variables pertinent to the influence of television advertising on
children in family purchase decision making in India. This book will aid the marketers in designing marketing communications targeted towards the children.
Parents, schools, and Government can also benefit in formulating the interventions in minimizing the negative effects of television commercials.
The book, primarily, pertains to evolving and strengthening of democratic practices in India, after centuries of political slavery and subjugation under the British rule. The book contains wholesome information on establishment and structure of the Indian Parliament and various constitutionally-elected bodies, their powers and duties under the Indian Constitution. It narrates the entire political journey of the country—from India’s Independence to the last General Elections in 2014—enlisting all major political developments like evolvement of various political parties, imposition of Emergency, formation of various political fronts and alliances at the Centre, formation and fall of various coalition governments, assassination of two Prime Ministers, era of minority governments and finally emergence of Bharatiya Janata Party as a single largest party with absolute majority to gain power at the Centre. The book—based on in-depth research and analytical study—covers the entire gamut of General Elections in India from 1951-52 to 2014. The book also dwells at length on the policies and programmes pursued by different Prime Ministers during their tenure.
The use of plants as source of medicinal agents lies deep in the roots of antiquity. No one will ever know what led primitive man emerging from his ancestral, origin, to select certain plant material for the treatment of various ailments and diseases though it may be assumed that during the long transition from instinctive behaviour to more rational action, there was a conscious realization that certain roots, leaves, bark, fruits and even plant exudations had some beneficial action. This knowledge and the characteristics of the plant material, or even the entire plant itself, would be remembered for future occasions and the information passed on to others by word of mouth. Later, as different civilizations developed, man was able to communicate his knowledge and ideas, first by carving into stones or clay and later by writing on parchment or paper with the result that his knowledge became known to the coming generations. Reverence may be made to the clay writings from the library of the Assyrian king, to the Ebers Papyrus and to the writings of Dioscorides to indicate sources of our knowledge today about the crude drugs by Arabians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Greeks, Indians, Persians, Romans and Sumarians thousands of years ago. The oldest treatises dealing with Ayurveda are Susruta samhita and Charaka samhita both compiled between 500-300 B.C. The development of the Ayurvedic system of medicine was based on scientific approach and methodology. Many of the drugs used in the traditional systems have stood the test of time. Most of the MAPs are used in the Indian Systems of Medicines and pharmaceutical and oil industries. About 118 species of MAPs of IHR yield essential oils. The Indigenous knowledge about medicinal plants and therapies was composed verbally and passed orally from generation to generation. Much later, some of this information was systematized in treatise forms like Atharveda, Yajurveda, Charak Samhita, Sushrut Samhita, etc. These systematized systems of knowledge about medicinal plants and therapies are included under Ayurveda – the Indian Traditional Medicine System. We are trying to compare the traditional Himalayan materia medica with that used by Ayurved. With the increasing demand of MAPs in the Indian Systems of Medicines, and pharmaceutical and oil industries, the wild populations of the MAPs are facing high pressures. Keeping above in view, and considering importance of number of herbal pharmaceutical industry using plants of high value for production of the eco -Friendly formation. Among the widely used plants cultivation techniques (Agro- technology) and its uses detail describes for farmers and Enterprisers, Academician and Researchers.
Money and muscle power are threatening Indian democracy. It may become kleptocracy if the people do not understand the value of their freedom, if they can’t see through the chicanery of the politicians.
People of India should not be taken for a ride by cunning and corrupt elected leaders. If we fail to the elect right persons as our representatives and entrust the task of governance with them we have failed our duty as a member of a republic. In a country like India, politicians have a number of cunning schemes to keep the people divided; they use religion, caste, and language to create division among the people.
For corrupt politicians, money is not a problem.They are able to grab land, indulge in extortion and run any illegal business with the help of dishonest officials and criminals.Thus they make a mockery of democratic institutions, including elections. In this book, an attempt has been made to expose those political characters who have no quality and vision to become our leaders. Being informed citizens we must identify them and discard them through electoral power.
China still remains an enigma with varying opinions on its power status – regional or international! What is its current reality? What is “Chinese Dream” defined by Xi Jinping? What “Grand Strategy” has been identified and defined to achieve “Chinese Dream” by 2021 and 2049? How will the single party Chinese Communist Party manage its pre-eminence even in decades ahead with dynamic changes in people’s growing awareness and rising expectations? Furthermore, will China behave responsibly or hegemonic with incremental increase in power status? G B Reddy has made an attempt to provide a holistic perspective by comprehensively reviewing past, present and future policies, strategies and modernization achievements and programs in social, political, energy, economic, technology, use of soft power and hard power. Most important, the contents are designed to understand the course that China is traversing in its quest to attain dominant power status by 2049.
Life, like river has to flow irrespective of the context towards the final destination: Ocean or Infinity. No rule can stop the natural rhythm of river and life. Truth is always neutral like depth of the river. If we travel deep in the river: vibration of real without superficiality or glorification is observed. The name of the book: ‘Bottom of a Holy River’ genuinely represents the essence of the poems: to differentiate real and false as Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa said: “The world is indeed mixture of truth and make-believe. Discard the make-believe and take the truth.”
“God plants those seeds, through people on earth… you’re one… I’m one… to bring some bliss… Some escapism… some joy… some magic…!” “Believe in yourself” – Esh
The book deal with the Indian Media and how they did not project Sikh issues correctly based on the historical facts about political rights of the Sikhs. Bhindranwale was wrongly blamed by the government and the Media that he was Congress’s creation, going to create Khalistan and Hindu genocide. Some say about 30,000!
A consolidated publication on the demographic scenario of the country was long awaited. This publication is a treasure-trove of demographic data of India showcasing valuable information on various aspects including socio-cultural and economic parameters. Through this work, the author has tried to put the frequently required census data together containing the latest census figures as well as those of the past few censuses. The data used in this publication is basically drawn from public domain open access data from Census 1951 to 2011 as per availability and the sample surveys like Sample Registration System. It contains ten chapters covering Size, growth and sex ratio, Age structure, Literacy and education, Work participation, Marital status, Disability, Fertility, Mortality, Religious affiliations and Migration. The information contained in the publication will be helpful in catering the needs of demographic data users.
For both Financial Advisors and Investors, this book has real-life experience-based tips for beginners, which further would be based on to some of the possible categorization, takeaways (summery of tips), ‘Mutual Fund: An Overview’ followed by ‘Basics of Financial Market’ and ‘Frequently Asked Questions’.
Why should we learn from someone else’s experience?
Let me start with a question.
What will happen if someone falls from the top of a four-story building? One would break his/her leg? Broken bone? Maybe death?Many other responses will also come. But I think the majority will agree that there would be certainly an injury if not death. Correct? Now, if I throw one more question to that majority, how many of them have actually fallen and experienced it themselves? Then I believe more than 95% answers would be on the negative side…But all of them would have known the outcome. How?That’s because, he/she has seen someone, whom it has happened in the past. This is nothing but he/she has learned from someone else’s experience. So moral of the story is, that we do learn from else’s experience, but sometimes we do not realize it.
Likewise in the corporate world, there are many things which we can learn from our seniors, mentors, juniors, colleagues, sales guy, operation guy, peon or anyone for that matter. They have also experienced something in their life, be it professional or personal. The position of the person is not important, learning can come from anyone, be it a human or animal.
How would you like to live your wildest dreams? Uncover the greatest opportunities for maximizing your health and happiness today. Discover how to solve your big health problems to prevent life catastrophe. In here is the health and mind secrets that are the shortest time possible solutions to double your performance. Perhaps your health and performance are holding you back and feel only when this gigantic mountain in front of you moves, you can begin to see and enjoy the beauty of life and make your wildest dreams come true. You don’t have to wait. In this book, Hanan reveals her successful RPH system around getting your wealth of health and leveraging it to instantly transform your life! She has pilot-tested on the best testing ground: her own life. She helped others gain a competitive advantage for themselves and their career and business. Read the simple yet powerful health and mind hacks that make up the system that you need to follow, all in a step by step format to have the health and exponential performance you truly deserve. Change the new way you look at healthcare with this cutting-edge system, increase your self-worth, be your best significant self and transform your reality. Optimal health and peak performance is no longer a long painful process. In this book, you will find the hacks, lifestyle strategies and actions you need to take to do and be your best. “I believe in investing in systems that will transform your health, performance, abundance and get you to your goals faster than going at it alone.” – Hanan Selim, The Rapid preventative and habit transformation healthcare (RPHT) expert.