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ISBN- 81-261-3060-1

This volume presents personalities who were instrumental in India's struggle for freedom. We have included all famous personalities and some hitherto unknown freedom fighters. Our main aim is to show the contribution of these freedom fighters. India's struggle for freedom from British is unique in whole world. On the one hand there was Gandhiji's non -violence and on the other hand there were those having faith in violence. Whatever their ideology, their aim was one-India's independence. Each entry contains a succinct but careful evaluation of a subject's contributions, as well as an up-to-date bibliography.
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ISBN- 81-7041-241-2

Population is the vital component in the process of Socio-Economic development in a country. The level of welfare and the improvement in the quality of life of people are related to the management of population by a Government. If population is allowed to take its natural course in an underdeveloped country like India, it is apt to weaken the very fabric of economic system. This treatise seeks to highlight the trend of population growth, the efforts made by the Government in the form of family Welfare Programme and the trend of unemployment existing in the country. Efforts have also been made to project a level of unemployment by 1991, unless the strategy adopted by the government to check population growth is transformed completely. Suggestions have also been made to enforce changes in the Government' policy so that the incidence of unemployment could be reduced in the larger interest of the country.
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ISBN- 81-7041-622-1

The situation in the strategic Jammu and Kashmir, bordering China and Pakistan has assumed alarming proportions. While the volatile Kashmir is gripped by separatist sentiments, Jammu is sitting on a volcano of discontent, convinced that only separate statehood can end its neglect. The Ladakhi Buddhists Association, on the other extreme, is up in revolt against Kashmir, clamouring for a Union Territory status for Ladakh to overcome the threat to the identity of its people. What has brought the Jammu and Kashmir State to such a critical pass? What has created such a volcanic situation in the state? This is the issue the volume in hand seeks to deal with. The volume, in addition, embodies certain suggestions based on the traumatic experiences spreading over seven decades. These suggestions, if accepted, would go a long way in tackling the serious issues affecting this unfortunate state.
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ISBN- 81-7041-822-4

The project of this book was conceived and initiated at the Centenary Congress on Allama Muhammad Iqbzl held at Lahore from 7-9 December, 1977. Allama Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938), poet, philosopher and dreamer of Pakistan, was not only a champion of his nation's freedom but a Crusader for the emancipation of peoples of the world. He was truly Cosmopolitanin his outlook, but his Cosmopolitanism grew out of th Illamic world-view. Indeed if there is one consistent theme throughout his life's work it i8s passionate propagation of Islam. Reviewing the history of mankind, IQbal wrote, "it is an unending succession of deadly Combats, bloodfeusds and internecine wars. Now the question arises as to whether in these circumstances it is possible to bring forth a community, the basis of whose collective life will be peace and goodwill. Iqbal believed that the Islamic Millat was such a community, "whose ideal territory would be the whole earth." Western scholars in their eagerness to tarnish the Islamic message deliberately chose to misconstrue Iqbal's thought. Despite his patriotism, which is the moral duty of every civilized person Iqbal referred repeatedly to the universality of message. In politics as well as in philosophy he turned to the reforming role of Islam. In Asrar-i-Khudi (Secrets of the Self, 1915) and Rumuz-i-Bekhudi (The Mysteries of Selflessness), he presented, for the first time, substantiation of the necessity of combining the traditions of Islam and their reformation in the spirit of the times with an expostulation of the moral and ethical Conceptions of Islam. Through Payam-i-Mashriq Iqbal made it clear that profound socio-economic changes were necessary for the establishment of a just society as envisaged b y Islam. A just society, however, depends on the moral perfection of man. Iqbal is the only Muslim sawant in the twentieth Century who has a truly international outlook and, again the only Muslim intellectual who thought and wrote extensively about international questions of the contemporary world. His cardinal message to the world is that Islam did and will yet lead the world from darkness into light.
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