We are an organization who have passion for books and has converted into a profession. We have a vast collection of books on every field and aspects of study mainly preferable by professionals, scholars, policy makers, teachers and students. They are written by eminent authors of India and foreign and include both Indian and foreign publications. These books are known for detailed accounts of the subjects, which are written after exhaustive research in the domain. We have a large list published on the online for the benefit of our passionate readers.
Fundamental Of Weather & Climate (Second Edition)
Author(s): Robin McIlveen 10-JUL-2010 Rs 999.99
Fundamental Of Weather & Climate is a comprehensive text which deals with the earth’s lower atmosphere, its behavior and treatment. It gives an insight to the readers of what mechanisms are involved which determines the weather and climate. It gives an overview of the atmosphere, the physics of the weather systems, differing scales and latitudes and relates the anthropogenic climatic changes.
This is a comprehensive text, which deals with climate related studies, prescribed for degree courses in environmental science, earth science, geography, or meteorology.
Robin McIlveen Formerly Institute of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Lancaster University
Medical Negligence And The Law In India
Author(s): Tapas Kumar Koley 01-JAN-2010 Rs 950.00
‘The mal practices in medical’ is a debatable issue and a burning topic in today’s medical scenario. This book deals with the legalities of medical negligence, which has been on the increasing rates year after year, after the introduction of Consumer Protection Act (CPA), 1986. The book addresses to doctors, patients and lawyers, presenting an in depth analysis of the law under CPA and the operational procedures in the country. Case studies are included in the book which gives an insight of the various medical cases, it also draws a comparison between the legal procedures abroad and Indian cases, thus increasing the duty consciousness of doctors, their responsibilities and their rights. It deals with the likely areas of medical litigations, the importance of taking patient consents and the various compensations which the patients can avail. The appendices on medical services and malpractice suits with statistical information that the book provides, helps in addressing the consumer disputes.
Readership: This book is an invaluable edition for civil lawyers of consumer courts, judges, students who pursue advanced studies in tort and consumer law, doctors, medical professionals and for NGOs who fight for the rights on health aspects. It s a lucidly written book, with a wide scope and can be used as a one-stop reference book for medico-legal cases. This book appeals to readers who are interested n knowing about medical negligence and related law.
Tapas Kumar Koley is Specialist Physician, Tilak Nagar Colony Hospital, Delhi. He is a resource person of the National Institute of Health and Family Welfare for training doctors on issues relating to medical negligence. He has been teaching medicine at public institutions, including Bara Hindu Rao Hospital, for more than ten years.
Knowledge As Property
Author(s): Rajshree Chandra Rs 875.00
The ‘idea of knowledge as property’ has been a current topic, discussed widely across the globe and its effects on the human society. The discussions are focused on the political, cultural and ethical issues underlying the IPRs. These debates are complex and wide ranging because Intellectual Property Rights restricts the access to the people who do not have the rights and thus cannot exercise their own diverse rights. The book is an in-depth analysis of the basic assumptions and the notions of possessing intellectual property as a right. The book is an analysis of the benefits and losses of IPRs which claims an individual autonomy. To propound the inherent propensity of IPR’s conflicting with other rights, the author examines three important rights –health rights, indigenous people’s knowledge rights and farmer’s rights. The book has probed into the issues of IPR’s legitimacy in supporting these rights, the IPR’s suitability to fit into the framework that unites welfare and equal access to advantage and autonomy. It is also an exploration of the challenges faced by liberal theory of rights in relation to the collective claims to knowledge rights and practices.
The book s comprehensive text which aims at providing an understanding of IPR’s in India in the global context and an invaluable book for students, scholars of law, political science, WTO studies and development economics. This book is incisive and assessable and is very useful to policy makers, social scientists and NGOs.
Rajshree Chandra Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi
Economic Analysis Of Law In India
Author(s): P.G. Babu, Thomas Eger, A.V. Raja, Hans-Bernd Schäfer, T.S. Somashekar 01-FEB-2010 Rs 650.00
The essays in the Economic analysis of law in India bring the significance of an efficient legal system and the judiciary. I n a developing country like India, the enforcement of law becomes crucial and plays a vital role in setting the country’s trends in economy, polity and society. The supremecourt plays the fundamental role in fostering efficient and increasing role in maintaining the law, despite certain shortcomings. The legal scholars and economists’ analysis on issues like double-trust dilemma; importance of regulation; regulatory gaps; social cost minimization; negligence rule; low compliance trap; and new patents regime have been contributory in solving such problems. The book portrays on financial institutions; accident laws and environmental problems; trade agreements and intellectual property rights protection; corruption and its effects; role of the judiciary in fostering efficient enforcement of law; and impact of non-legal institutions on economic development.
This is a valuable book for students who are interested in research and economy, business management and lawyers dealing with contract and commercial law.
P.G. Babu Associate Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), Mumbai and Adam Smith Guest Professor of Philosophy and Economics, University of Bayreuth, Germany Thomas Eger Professor of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg A.V. Raja Professor, Department of Economics, University of Hyderabad Hans-Bernd Schäfer Professor of Law and Economics, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg. T.S. Somashekar Assistant Professor, National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
Human Rights, Justice, And Constitutional Empowerment
Author(s): Editor(s) : C. Raj Kumar, K. Chockalingam 01-AUG-2010 Rs 475.00
Human rights is a contemporary topic and a subject of importance in India. The book details the gaps and challenges of human rights, the relations between human rights, constitutionalism, justice and good Governance. Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer has included a prolegomenon in the new edition. There are various issues the book addresses like citizen’s empowerment, government reform, development, globalization, compensatory discrimination, corruption, environmental degradation, and sexual harassment.
This volume will appeal to students and scholars of human rights, criminal and constitutional law, media law, sociology of law, and jurisprudence as well as policymakers and journalists.
Editor Details : C. Raj Kumar is Vice Chancellor of O.P. Jindal Global University and Dean of Jindal Global Law School, Haryana. K. Chockalingam is Professor, Tokiwa International Victimology Institute, Tokiwa University, Japan.
Mapping Citizenship In India
Author(s): Anupama Roy 01-SEP-2010 Rs 645.00
This book describes the development of citizenship in variously located locales, communities and groups. The book discusses the blood affinities and descent and its influence on the citizenship laws in India. The various amendments of citizenship act(1955) which includes 1986, 2003 and 2005 are dealt in detail and reasons for the transitions in the acts, framed by major historical choices and decisions are analyzed. The book describes the importance of studying other significant laws and Judgments including the Abducted Persons (Recovery and Rehabilitation) Act (1949), and the Illegal Migrants Determination by Tribunals Act (1983) responsible for unfolding citizenship. It also deals with the categories of citizenship which were produced after the commencement of constitution, and before the enforcement of citizenship act. These citizenships are with uncertainties and exclusions.
Readership: The book is invaluable for law students, law teachers, students interested in political science, sociology, history, and gender studies, and will also appeal to anybody keen to learn more about citizenship in India.
Anupama Roy Associate Professor, Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
Indian Patent Law And Practice
Author(s): Kalyan C. Kankanala, Arun K. Narasani, Vinita Radhakrishnan 01-SEP-2010 Rs 775.00
We are engaged in offering a comprehensive reference book on Patent law in India which is visualized based on the perspective of a law practitioner. It covers the technology, management and law aspects of the patents and given an insight regarding patent procedures. It is supplemented with illustrations, process flow diagrams, glossary, illustrative patent office documents, and patent statistics. of relevant cases in the disciplines of patent law and management. It analyses and gives in-depth information relating to patent law in chemistry, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, software, electronics, and manufacturing. All procedures regarding patent law, patent procurement, patent enforcement are covered substantially to give a rich knowledge to the reader. It has profound knowledge regarding specification and claim drafting, license drafting, patent searching, and infringement analysis. patent requirements patent specification and claim drafting patent procedure and opposition patent infringement and defenses remedies and maintenance patent assignment and license drafting PCT procedure mining patent information are the varied chapter in which the book delves upon.
This book will be invaluable to students and teachers of law, sociology, and economics, and will be a rich source of information for lawyers, patent agents, IP counsels, managers, and scientists.
Kalyan C. Kankanala eminent patent expert, is the Chief Knowledge Officer and co-founder of Brain League. He is a visiting/guest faculty at National Law School, Bangalore and Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. Arun K. Narasani leading patent agent, is the CEO and co-founder of Brain League. He heads the patent division of the company. Vinita Radhakrishnan well-known patent strategist, spearheads the Intellectual Property team at Connexios Life Sciences, a research-based pharma company.
Handbook Of Human Rights
Handbook of Human Rights and Criminal Justice in India Third Edition
Author(s): South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre 01-SEP-2010 Rs 425.00
The company is engaged in offering a comprehensive book - Handbook of Human Rights and Criminal Justice in India Third Edition, which has detailed the human rights, criminal justice and CPC in India. The current developments in the Criminal Justice System have been provided in the new chapter and all latest developments on this aspect are covered exhaustively. The book discusses many aspects of the following which provides an insight into the rules and regulations and implications of the criminal investigations. The following aspects are dealt in depth:
Rights of citizens and non-citizens relating to arrest and detention
Offences under the Indian Penal Code
Rules followed by police and courts in criminal complaints
Implications of errors and omissions during investigation
Trial highlights important cases relating to implementation of the Code
Comprehensive and up-to-date, this handbook will prove invaluable to legal activists, NGOs, human rights scholars, lawyers, and all those interested in understanding the functioning of the Indian criminal justice system.
South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre The Secretariat of the Asia Pacific Human Rights Network. It works for the promotion and protection of human rights in South Asia. It has Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).