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India Calling

Autor: Anand Giridharadas
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN: 1458763099
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Reversing his parents immigrant path, a young writer returns to India and discovers an old country making itself new. Anand Giridharadas sensed something was afoot as his plane prepared to land in Bombay. An elderly passenger looked at him and said, Were all trying to go that way, pointing to the rear. You, youre going this way. Giridharadas was returning to the land of his ancestors, amid an unlikely economic boom. But he was interested less in its gold rush than in its cultural upheaval, as a new generation has sought to reconcile old traditions with new ambitions. In India Calling, Giridharadas brings to life the people and the dilemmas of India today, as seen through the prism of his migr family history and his childhood memories. He blends the objectivity of the outsider with the intimacy of the insider. The result is India seen at once from within and without. Giridharadas introduces us to entrepreneurs, radicals, industrialists and religious seekers, but, most of all, to Indian families. Through their stories, and his own, he paints an intimate portrait of a country becoming modern while striving to remain itself.

India Calling

Autor: Anand Giridharadas
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781429950626
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Reversing his parents' immigrant path, a young American-born writer returns to India and discovers an old country making itself new Anand Giridharadas sensed something was afoot as his plane from America prepared to land in Bombay. An elderly passenger looked at him and said, "We're all trying to go that way," pointing to the rear. "You, you're going this way?" Giridharadas was returning to the land of his ancestors, amid an unlikely economic boom. But he was interested less in its gold rush than in its cultural upheaval, as a new generation has sought to reconcile old traditions and customs with new ambitions and dreams. In India Calling, Giridharadas brings to life the people and the dilemmas of India today, through the prism of his émigré family history and his childhood memories of India. He introduces us to entrepreneurs, radicals, industrialists, and religious seekers, but, most of all, to Indian families. He shows how parents and children, husbands and wives, cousins and siblings are reinventing relationships, bending the meaning of Indianness, and enduring the pangs of the old birthing the new. Through their stories, and his own, he paints an intimate portrait of a country becoming modern while striving to remain itself.

India Calling

Autor: Cornelia Sorabji
Publisher: Nottingham Trent Univ
ISBN: 9781842330777
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Cornelia Sorabji (1866-1954), the pioneering Indian lawyer and woman of letters, spent her life in a long struggle to open public institutions to women in India. She was the first woman to graduate from Bombay University and the first to be granted a B.C.L. degree from the University of Oxford. She worked for many years in Imperial India as ladies' legal advisor, representing women 'behind the veil'. Parsee by background, yet 'brought up English', an imperial civil servant mistreated by the imperial bureaucracy, a pro-woman non-feminist, Cornelia Sorabji embodied some of the most powerful contradictions of empire of her time. This is her story. -- book cover.

Women Identity And India S Call Centre Industry

Autor: J.K. Tina Basi
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134016352
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This book examines the concept of globalised identities and the way in which agency is exercised over identity construction by women working in India’s transnational call centre industry. Drawing on qualitative empirical data and extensive original fieldwork, the book provides a nuanced analysis of the experiences of Indian women call centre workers and the role of women’s participation in the global labour market. The author uses social, cultural, and historical factors to create a framework for examining the processes of identity construction. Within this framework, the book explores the impact of the call centre labour process on the social landscape of urban centres in India and the way in which this has impacted upon transformations and shifts in society with relation to gendered, sexual, and generational relationships. Highlighting the significance of identity in a globalised world, the author argues that identity acts as one of the most powerful constructs in transforming global ‘scapes’ and flows of culture and economics. This book will be of interest to academics working on South Asia, gender and labour studies and issues of globalization, identity and social change.

Global Call Center Employees In India

Autor: Mayank Kumar Golpelwar
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3658118679
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Mayank Kumar Golpelwar analyses why Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) units and their young employees found themselves to be the target of severe criticism from India’s middle classes. Using social and organizational psychological frameworks as well as ethnographic and variance analytic research, the author takes a look at the validity of the criticism against the BPO industry. He uses the framework of cultural theories to analyze and present the gap between the mainstream Indian culture and its rapidly emerging and globalized BPO sub-culture.

Calling Sehmat

Autor: Harinder Sikka
Publisher: Penguin Random House India Private Limited
ISBN: 9353050278
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The year is 1971 Tension is brewing between India and Pakistan One secret could change the course of history . . . It's now up to her When a young college-going Kashmiri girl, Sehmat, gets to know her dying father's last wish, she can do little but surrender to his passion and patriotism and follow the path he has so painstakingly laid out. It is the beginning of her transformation from an ordinary girl into a deadly spy. She's then married off to the son of a well-connected Pakistani general, and her mission is to regularly pass information to the Indian intelligence. Something she does with extreme courage and bravado, till she stumbles on information that could destroy the naval might of her beloved country. Inspired from real events, Calling Sehmat . . . is an espionage thriller that brings to life the story of this unsung heroine of war.

The Rise Of India

Autor: Niranjan Rajadhyaksha
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470822015
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The Risk of India: Its Transformation from Poverty to Prosperity is an extremely interesting read. The book speaks not only to the mind and intellect but also to the heart as it clearly demonstrates that economic development is above all a question of people. It also shows that the Indian society, and particularly its youth, is much more open to changes than its political and bureaucratic class, and would welcome a third wave of reforms that would help the poor to benefit from economic progress. I strongly recommend this book. It offers a very unique and rich description of today′s India from the author′s perspective and many well chosen anecdotes. – Colette Mathur, Director World Economic Forum This fascinating work weaves together a set of seemingly diverse events into an intricate tapestry capturing the essence and purpose of emerging India. It is also an inspiration to people in "Challenged" economies that the power of honest entrepreneurship can bring about a greater transformation than the best intentions of any government. Well–researched and well–written, this book is a good guide for developing countries to leverage the potential of people and its inherent strengths. It also brings out the challenge for India that more reforms are necessary, not less. – Nandan M Nilekani, CEO & Managing Director Infosys Technologies Limited The Rise of India is an insightful and engaging story of India before and after the 1991 reforms. There are many academic tomes on India′s reforms but none is as comprehensive, lucid, and earthy. Practicing "soft hearts, hard heads" Philosophy with anecdotes and personal experiences, the author builds a compelling case for further liberalization and reforms. This book is a must read for all policy makers, students of economics, and activists of all stripes. read, understand, and become part of the revolution–a continued rise of India! – Parth J. Shah, President, Centre for Civil Society

India

Autor: Veena Sheshadri
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9351184269
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Why are the Himalayas considered geologically alive? When did the First train huff and puff its way between two stations in India? What was Indias very own desi dino called? How did Indias currency come to be Named the rupee? Which Indian glacier is the highest battleground in The world? Who wrote the worlds first grammar book? If questions like these make you curious about incredible India, here is a bumper info-pedia packed with fascinating facts, terrific trivia and colourful Cartoons on just about everything in India, this book encourages interest in a wide range of subjects. Use it for homework help, for project ideas, to Boost your general knowledge or as a ready reference because this must have Book makes getting to know India as easy as ABC.

In Passionate Pursuit Of God S Holy Calling

Autor: Dan Kern
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781453548486
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IN PASSIONATE PURSUIT OF GOD'S HOLY CALLING is about the journey of a man who had to overcome a lot of adversity to truly find God's will for his life. Perhaps you have struggled with trying to find God's perfect will for your life. I know firsthand how difficult this process can become and the frustrations associated with finding it. God has a perfect plan for each of our lives but the question we need to ask our self is this. Are we willing to do whatever it takes to put that plan into action when we find it?

Himalaya Calling

Autor: Chung Tan
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 1938134605
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"Himalaya Calling: The Origins of China and India" will take the reader through a journey through the periods of time and places starting from the beginning of civilization from the Himalayas and extending into the Himalaya Sphere. The chapters in the book enable the reader to view the dynamics of China and India from the geo-civilizational paradigm of the Himalaya Sphere. Among the other new concepts introduced is a new understanding of the Buddhist tryst with China's developing process as a super-state and the interaction of the dynamics of wandering ascetics from India and householder in China. It conveys the message of two civilization-states as akin to oases in the desert of modern nation-states and advocates the Indian spiritual goal of "Vasudhaiva kutumbakam" (the whole world is one single family) and the Chinese spiritual goal of "tianxia datong" (grand harmony all-under-Heaven). The book is a must-read for all the leaders and policy makers of China and India. It is a culmination of decades of learning by the author who has lived in both the countries. The reader will begin to understand the shared origins of China and India and how the civilizations have been linked through the ages. The book is timely as it coincides with the commemoration of the diamond jubilee (50th anniversary) of the Panchsheel (Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence) in 2014.Contents: ForewordPrefaceIntroductionThe 'Himalaya Sphere' Lives in the Spirit of China and IndiaCivilization Twins Grew Side by SideCivilization and State in China-India Relations'Himalaya Sphere' into Universal Prosperity Readership: Policy makers, historians, leaders in China and India and anyone interested in knowing more about China and India. Key Features: No other book in the market that fundamentally offers fresh perspective on understanding of China and IndiaEnables the reader to view the dynamics of China and India from the geo-civilizational paradigm of the Himalaya SphereAdvocates the Indian spiritual goal of '"Vasudhaiva kutumbakam"' (the whole world is one single family)and the Chinese spiritual goal of '"tianxia datong" ' (grand harmony all-under-Heaven)"

India In Britain

Autor: Susheila Nasta
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 0230392717
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India in Britain traces the often hidden lines of Indian-British connection which took place on British soil during the period 1858-1950. Moving away from orthodox narratives of the Raj and the British presence in India, this book exposes a differently- contoured landscape, drawing attention to the significance of the many networks and connections that South Asians themselves established on British soil. Interdisciplinary in ethos, it stretches across ten decades, from the high point of empire to the better known period of migration following World War Two. Presenting readings of cultural history drawn from little-known archival material and interrogating contemporary readings of diaspora and migration in the light of this new material, it points to the urgent need to open up the parameters of this rich field of study. The contents of the book which cover topics ranging from literature, to the visual arts, history and politics, will be illuminating to those interested in the long history of the South Asian presence in Britain and its relevance to today's culturally diverse present. The perspectives of the different essays, written by several internationally distinguished scholars provide a depth and range of interdisciplinary approaches.

State Violence And Punishment In India

Autor: Taylor C. Sherman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135224862
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Exploring violent confrontation between the state and the population in colonial and postcolonial India, this book is both a study of the many techniques of colonial coercion and state violence and a cultural history of the different ways in which Indians imbued practices of punishment with their own meanings and reinterpreted acts of state violence in their own political campaigns. This work examines state violence from a historical perspective, expanding the study of punishment beyond the prison by investigating the interplay between imprisonment, corporal punishment, collective fines and state violence. It provides a fresh look at seminal events in the history of mid-twentieth century India, such as the massacre at Jallianwala Bagh, the non-cooperation and civil disobedience movements, the Quit India campaign, and the Hindu-Muslim riots of the 1930s and 1940s. The book extends its analysis into the postcolonial period by considering the ways in which partition and then the struggle against a communist insurgency reshaped practices of punishment and state violence in the first decade after independence. Ultimately, this research challenges prevailing conceptions of the nature of the state in colonial and postcolonial India, which have tended to assume that the state had the ambition and the ability to use the police, military and bureaucracy to dominate the population at will. It argues, on the contrary, that the state in twentieth-century India tended to be self-limiting, vulnerable, and replete with tensions. Relevant to those interested in contemporary India and the history of empire and decolonisation, this work provides a new framework for the study of state violence which will be invaluable to scholars of South Asian studies; violence, crime and punishment; and colonial and postcolonial history.

An Uncertain Glory

Autor: Jean Drèze
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400848776
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When India became independent in 1947 after two centuries of colonial rule, it immediately adopted a firmly democratic political system, with multiple parties, freedom of speech, and extensive political rights. The famines of the British era disappeared, and steady economic growth replaced the economic stagnation of the Raj. The growth of the Indian economy quickened further over the last three decades and became the second fastest among large economies. Despite a recent dip, it is still one of the highest in the world. Maintaining rapid as well as environmentally sustainable growth remains an important and achievable goal for India. In An Uncertain Glory, two of India's leading economists argue that the country's main problems lie in the lack of attention paid to the essential needs of the people, especially of the poor, and often of women. There have been major failures both to foster participatory growth and to make good use of the public resources generated by economic growth to enhance people's living conditions. There is also a continued inadequacy of social services such as schooling and medical care as well as of physical services such as safe water, electricity, drainage, transportation, and sanitation. In the long run, even the feasibility of high economic growth is threatened by the underdevelopment of social and physical infrastructure and the neglect of human capabilities, in contrast with the Asian approach of simultaneous pursuit of economic growth and human development, as pioneered by Japan, South Korea, and China. In a democratic system, which India has great reason to value, addressing these failures requires not only significant policy rethinking by the government, but also a clearer public understanding of the abysmal extent of social and economic deprivations in the country. The deep inequalities in Indian society tend to constrict public discussion, confining it largely to the lives and concerns of the relatively affluent. Drèze and Sen present a powerful analysis of these deprivations and inequalities as well as the possibility of change through democratic practice.

Call Centre Offshoring To India

Autor: Andreas Klein
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3638619850
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Essay from the year 2006 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: A, University of Bradford, course: MBA, 19 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This paper provides a critical review of Taylor, P., Bain, P. (2005). ‘”India calling to the far away towns”: the call centre labour process and globalization’, Work, employment and society, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 261-282.

The True American Murder And Mercy In Texas

Autor: Anand Giridharadas
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393239500
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Describes how a Bangladeshi immigrant, shot in the Dallas mini mart where he worked in the days after September 11 in a revenge crime, forgives his assailant and petitions the State of Texas to spare his attacker the death penalty. 20,000 first printing.

Indian Writing In English And The Global Literary Market

Autor: O. Dwivedi
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137437715
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Indian Writing in English and the Global Literary Market delves into the influences and pressures of the marketplace on this genre, which this volume contends has been both gatekeeper as well as a significant force in shaping the production and consumption of this literature.