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The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald,Evangeline Manickam(Ed)
Rs. 175, Paperback, 204 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6288-2
The Great Gatsby is a classic of American literature and continues to enthral readers more than ninety years after it was first published...
The Scarlet Letter and Other Writings
Nathaniel Hawthorne,Srirupa Chatterjee(Ed)
Rs. 285, Paperback, 372 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6287-5
Nathaniel Hawthorne is one of American literature's greatest luminaries, and was instrumental in the formation of the American literary canon...
Too Many Men, Too Few Women: Social Consequences of Gender Imbalance in India and China
Rs. 995, Hardback, 352 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6249-3
The gender balance in Asia is significantly shaped by the male-biased sex ratios of two of its most populous countries, China and India...
Participation at the Crossroads: Decentralisation and Water Politics in West Bengal
Rs. 650, Hardback, 156 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6308-7
Participation at the Crossroads discusses decentralised governance and the politics of water management in India with specific focus on West Bengal...
The Afterlife of Sai Baba: Competing Visions of a Global Saint
Rs. 950, Hardback, 280 pp
158 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6313-1
Nearly a century after his death, the image of Sai Baba, the serene old man with a white beard from Shirdi village in Maharashtra, is instantly recognizable to most South Asians (and many Westerners) as a guru for all faiths...
Indian Foreign Policy: An Overview
Harsh V. Pant
Rs. 850, Hardback, 256 pp
158 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6314-8
India now plays an important role on the global stage.Its political clout has increased, along with its economic and military growth.Considered a balancing power in the Asia–Pacific region...
Doing Style: Youth and Mass Mediation in South India
Constantine V. Nakassis
Rs. 1075, Hardback, 336 pp
158 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6301-8
In Doing Style, Constantine V. Nakassis explores the world of youth and mass media in South India. Through ethnographic descriptions of college life in urban Tamil Nadu...
Water: Growing Understanding, Emerging Perspectives
Mihir Shah,P.S. Vijayshankar (Ed.)
Rs. 895, Paperback, 576 pp
160 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6292-9
For decades after independence, Indian planning ignored the need for sustainability and equity in water resource development and management.There was just one way forward...
Education, Conflict and Peace
Rs. 285, Paperback, 120 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6247-9
The past few years have witnessed an alarming rise in prejudice and aggression in India. A nation like ours, pluralistic in nature and secular by Constitution...
International Trade and Industrial Development in India: Emerging Trends, Patterns and Issues
C. Veeramani and R. Nagaraj
Rs. 950, Hardback, 360 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6299-8
The economic liberalisation of the early 1990s is a significant milestone in the economic history of India. Two decades hence, this book provides a meaningful assessment...
Odishara Bhasha Samooh (Volume 22, Part 3) (Odiya) - Bharatiya Bhasha Lok Sarvekshan
Ganesh Devy (Chief Editor),D. P. Pattanayak, Mahendra Kumar Mishra
Rs. 3250, Hardback, 744 pp
180 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6291-2
The Peoples’ Linguistic Survey of India is a right based movement for carrying out a nation-wide survey of Indian languages especially the languages of fragile communities such as nomadic, coastal, island, hill and forest communities...
Second Language Learning in a Foreign Language Environment: A Pragma-Discoursal Account
Rs. 500, Paperback, 264 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-920475-9-1
The aspects of written discourse addressed in this collection of nine papers are represented in terms of the defining informational constraints on their standard use and the associated pragma-discoursalimpact on the message...
Anna Kurian,Pramod K. Nayar (Ed.)
Rs. 210, Paperback, 256 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6012-3
This book presents an array of contexts that operated in Shakespeare ’s plays. These include ideas about kingship and authority...
Nandana Dutta,Pramod K. Nayar (Ed.)
Rs. 360, Paperback, 472 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6234-9
This book provides a backdrop to the study of American literature. Surveying over four hundred years of American history...
Disnarration: The Unsaid Matters
Rs. 725, Hardback, 196 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6238-7
Disnarration: The Unsaid Matters is the outcome of a conference on the theme of disnarration, narrative refusals, counterfactual histories, held at IIT Bombay, Mumbai...
Nursing and Empire: Gendered Labor and Migration from India to the United States
Sujani K. Reddy
Rs. 875, Hardback, 288 pp
158 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6230-1
Drawing on extensive archival research and compelling life-history interviews, Nursing and Empire examines the lives of Indian nurses, which have unfolded against a complex backdrop of Anglo-American...
Rs. 350, Paperback, 360 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-5954-7
This book is a Telugu version of the Book The Fall and Rise of Telangana published by Orient BlackSwan in 2014...
Decolonisation and the Politics of Transition in South Asia
Rs. 1395, Hardback, 456 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6252-3
This volume interrogates the concept of decolonisation, which is often taken to mean a transfer of power from a colonial to an indigenous elite...
Desire and Defiance: A Study of Bengali Women in Love, 1850-1930
Rs. 1095, Hardback, 320 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6235-6
Power is the key element of patriarchy and the other significant element is love. Traditional control over women’s sexuality was rearticulated in the mid-nineteenth century through the ideology of a non–consensual...
The Writings of James Manor: Politics and State-Society Relations in India
James Manor With a Foreword by Niraja Gopal Jayal
Rs. 795, Hardback, 384 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6250-9
The Writings of James Manor: Politics and State–Society Relations in India is a definitive collection of essays which depicts Manor’s range of interests. They are divided into five sections...
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