This volume brings together seminal writings on the rebellion of 1857. It discusses key debates and interpretations; underlines changes in historiography; and explores new research on gender, Adivasis, and Dalits.
Advanced Java Programming is a textbook specially designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Computer Science, Information Technology, and Computer Applications (BE/BTech/BCA/ME/M.Tech/MCA). Divided into three parts, the book provides an exhaustive coverage of topics taught in advanced Java and other related subjects.
This Short Introduction analyses the nuts-and-bolts of affirmative action in India, while sketching out the larger context of and debates around this issue. It covers the 'why' and 'how' of affirmative action, and provides a perspective on where India stands today in terms of group disparities and the proposed remedies.
This volume provides an overview of India's experience in agricultural development and the role played by the state. The essays focus on key policy issues in agriculture, food scarcity, and rural development, including land reforms, institutional constraints in water management, agricultural diversification, disaster management, and public-private participation in agricultural investment.
The Sen and Dreze omnibus comprises three outstanding works by two of the world's finest economists. The volume is a trilogy on the causes of hunger, the role public action can play in its alleviation and the Indian experience in this context. Together the three works provide a comprehensive theoretical and empirical analysis of relevant developmental issues.
Andha Yug, one of the most significant plays of modern India, was written immediately after the partition of the Indian subcontinent. A profound meditation on the politics of violence and aggressive selfhood, it focuses on the last day of the Mahabharata war.