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Journal of Child Language: Volume 15, Number 2: June 1988

By: Cambridge University Press

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Publisher: New Delhi, India, Cambridge University Press: 1988

Edition: First Edition

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Journal of Linguistics: Published for the Linguistics Association of Great Britain By Cambridge University Press: Volume 23, Number 2: September 1987

By: Cambridge University Press

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Publisher: New Delhi, India, Cambridge University Press: 1987

Edition: First Edition

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ISBN: 0022-2267

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Language in Society: Volume 16, Number 2: June 1987

By: Cambridge University Press

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Cambridge University Press: 1987

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 010131

ISBN: 0047-4045

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Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary South Asia Edition

By: Cambridge University Press

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Publisher: Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press:

Edition: Edition with Answers

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ISBN: 0521832004

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Cambridge Learner's Dictionary

By: Cambridge University Press

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Publisher: Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press: 2007

Edition: Third Edition

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ISBN: 0521714966

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Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary

By: Cambridge University Press

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Publisher: New Delhi, India, Cambridge University Press: 2008

Edition: Third Edition

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ISBN: 0521732131

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The Reserve Bank of India: 3 Vols.

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Publisher: Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 027038

ISBN: 8175962984

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The Reserve Bank of India – Volume 1 (1935-1951), Volume 2 (1951-1967), Volume 3 (1967-1981): The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) was set up in 1935, under private ownership. Its charter was to maintain the monetary stability of India. In 1949, it was nationalized. The RBI manages India’s monetary and exchange rate policies, and the borrowings of the central and state governments. Regulation of commercial banking is another key responsibility. The first volume was printe... View more info

The Reserve Bank of India: Volume 3

By: Cambridge University Press

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Edition: First Edition

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ISBN: 8175962992

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The Reserve Bank of India was set up in 1935, under private ownership. Its charter was to maintain the monetary stability of India. In 1949, it was nationalized. The RBI monitors India’s monetary and exchange rate policies, and the borrowings of the central and state governments. Regulation of commercial banking is another key responsibility. This volume narrates in detail how the RBI coped with the changes that it was required to manage. It is a fascinating story of h... View more info

India: Science and Technology, Volume 2

By: Cambridge University Press

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Publisher: New Delhi, India, Cambridge University Press: 2013

Seller ID: 101506

ISBN: 9789382264743

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In the modern globalized world the economic development of a country is premised on its ability to develop adapt and harness its potential to innovate. Most of the governments in developing and emerging economies including India are proactive in initiating policies that would promote a culture of innovation. India: Science & Technology Volume 2 intends to identify the nature and extent of innovative activities in the country and the lacunae in the innovation support mech... View more info

India: Science and Technology, Volume 3

By: Cambridge University Press

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Publisher: New Delhi, India, Cambridge University Press: 2014

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ISBN: 9789384463045

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Policy-makers often come across the question of how progress and investment in science technology and innovation (STI) can increase employment and upgrade skills and knowledge base in India. The paradox is that while STI has the potential to invent new avenues of economic growth sometimes even with increasing returns the general forces unleashed by STI displace labour and automate a large part of human skills and knowledge. Such a paradox has a great impact on a country ... View more info