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Exploring H1N1 Risk Communication in India

The Religious, the Spiritual, and the Secular: Auroville and Secular India. By Robert N. Minor. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1999. 208 pp. n.p.

458PRate of pathological N2 nodes among patients of NSCLC with cN0/cN1 nodal status on CECT scan: A study from tertiary care hospital in India

Changing trends of antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in India and the emergence of ceftriaxone less susceptible N. gonorrhoeae strains

Changes in species composition, diversity and biomass of herbaceous plant traits due to N amendment in a dry tropical environment of India

Rosie Llewellyn-Jones. The Great Uprising in India, 1857–58: Untold Stories, Indian and British. (Worlds of the East India Company, number 2.) Rochester, N.Y.: Boydell & Brewer. 2007. Pp. xviii, 237. $55.00

Immunity Status Against Influenza A Subtype H7N9 and Other Avian Influenza Viruses in a High-Risk Group and the General Population in India

Douglas T.Mcgetchin. Indology, Indomania, and Orientalism: Ancient India's Rebirth in Modern Germany. Madison, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 2009. Pp. 291. $66.50

Sumathi Ramaswamy The Goddess and the Nation: Mapping Mother India. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. 2010. Pp. xix, 379. Cloth $99.95, paper $27.95

Purnima Bose. Organizing Empire: Individualism, Collective Agency, and India. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. 2003. Pp. xi, 278. Cloth $79.95, paper $22.95

Yasmin Saikia. Fragmented Memories: Struggling to be Tai‐Ahom in India. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. 2004. Pp. xviii, 327. Cloth $84.95, paper $23.95


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A word derived from Persian, Greek, and Muslim renderings of the Sanskrit term for the Sindhu (subsequently known as the Indus), designating the land surrounding, and to the east of that river. It is now used as a name for the modern Republic of India, although the official name for the latter is Bhārata, ‘[the land of] the descendants of Bharata’. As both noun and adjective (e.g. ‘Indian religions’) the term is frequently used by historians and others to encompass the ‘Indian subcontinent’ before Partition (1947)—i.e. to include modern Pakistan, Bangladesh, and sometimes the Himālayan states, such as Nepal.

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