Reena MarwahMinistry of Human Resource Development, India · Indian Council for Social Science Research
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Considering the fact that only about 1 per cent of the global water resources are available to humankind for drinking and other uses, the issue of water scarcity gives renewed significance to water management. This article aims to explore several socio-economic and hence, planning issues related to this highly significant environmental resource. Wa...
In recent years what has been witnessed is that Indians have been encouraged to study contemporary China not only due to the cultural richness of that civilization, but also because of China's already significant influence on world events. In fact, with the incorporation of Tibet into the People's Republic of China (PRC) in 1950 and the Government...
The research note provides an overview of Tibetan refugee settlements in South Asia, viz. in India, Nepal and Bhutan. The note focuses on the residential status of Tibetans and their life and livelihood. Tibetan refugees are viewed as representatives of Tibetan culture and religion in these countries.
Shankar Acharya and Rakesh Mohan (Eds.), India’s Economy - Performance and Challenges: Essays in Honour of Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Oxford University Press, New Delhi. 2010. 465 pp. ISBN 9780198064695 (hbk)