Made In India
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|Author||: Meera Sodha|
|Editor||: Penguin UK|
*From the Fortnum & Mason Cookery Writer of the Year 2018* The top ten bestselling Indian cookbook that will change the way you cook, eat, and think about Indian food, forever. Real Indian food is fresh, simple and packed with flavour and in MADE IN INDIA, Meera Sodha introduces Britain to the food she grew up eating here every day. Unlike the stuff you get at your local curry house, her food is fresh, vibrant and surprisingly quick and easy to make. In this collection, Meera serves up a feast of over 130 delicious recipes collected from three generations of her family: there's everything from hot chappatis to street food (chilli paneer and beetroot and feta samosas), fragrant curries (spinach and salmon or perfect cinnamon lamb curry), to colourful side dishes (pomegranate and mint raita, kachumbar salad), and mouth-watering puddings (mango, lime and passion fruit jelly and pistachio and saffron kulfi). 'Full of real charm, personality, love and garlic' Yotam Ottolenghi 'Wonderful, vibrant...deeply personal food, alive and authentic - the best sort - and, frankly, I want to cook everything in this book' Nigella Lawson **Look out for FRESH INDIA, Meera Sodha's new cookbook**
|Author||: Milind Soman,Roopa Pai|
|Editor||: Penguin Random House India Private Limited|
There's more to Milind Soman than meets the eye (although, as his legions of female fans will agree, what meets the eye is pretty delish). Combining in himself the passion of an entrepreneur, the mind of a nerd, the discipline of an athlete, the curiosity of an explorer, the heart of a patriot and the soul of a philosopher, Milind has made the stunning-and apparently seamless- transition from champion swimmer to supermodel to actor to extreme sportsperson to women's fitness activist, enabler and proselytiser, all in one lifetime. How does he do it? What makes him tick? On the twenty-fifth anniversary of 'Made in India', the breakout pop music video of the 1990s that captured the apna-time-aagaya zeitgeist of post-liberalization India and made him the nation's darling across genders and generations, Milind talks about his fascinating life-controversies, relationships, the breaking of vicious habits like smoking, alcohol, rage, and more-in a freewheeling, bare-all (easy, ladies-we're talking soul-wise!) memoir. Co-authored with bestselling author Roopa Pai, MADE IN INDIA is a rare glimpse into the mind and heart of a very unusual man that will leave you thoughtful, awed and inspired.
|Editor||: Read Out Loud Publishing LLP|
As a child, Biddu dreamt of going west and making it big as a composer. At the age of sixteen, he formed a band and started playing in a cafe in Bangalore, his home town, At eighteen, he was part of a popular act at Trinca's, a nightclub in Calcutta devoted to food, wine and music, At nineteen, he had college students in Bombay dancing to his music. In his early twenties, he left the country and ended up hitchhiking across the Middle East before arriving in London with only the clothes on his back and his trusty guitar. What followed were years of hardship and struggle but also great music and gathering fame. From the nine million selling "Kung Fu Fighting" to the iconic youth anthem of "Made in India" and the numerous hits in between. Biddu's music made him a household name in India and elsewhere. In this first public account of all that came his way: the people, the events,the music tours and companies Biddu writes with a gripping sense of humor about his remarkable journey with its fairy tale ending. Charming, witty, and entirely likable, Biddu is a man you are going to enjoy getting to know.
|Author||: R Gopalakrishnan,Ranjan Banerjee|
|Editor||: Hachette India|
Who are Made-in-India managers? What do they do differently? Over the last fifty years, several Indians have occupied top positions in multinationals across the globe. Shantanu Narayen at Adobe, Satya Nadella at Microsoft, Padmasree Warrier at NIO and Sundar Pichai at Google- there are, today, innumerable instances of CEOs born and bred in India, helming S&P?s 500 companies. What accounts for such a prominent presence of Indian professionals across the world today? In The Made-in-India Manager, two stalwarts of Indian business and academics examine this little-studied phenomenon and present a compelling argument: that a unique combination of factors has led Indian management thought and practices to become a `soft power? with the potential to decisively impact global managers of tomorrow. Drawing on their long and varied experience among corporates, the authors explore: ? the deep cultural influences that engender a sharp competitive instinct and an astute business perspective; ? the circumstances that inspire a high degree of resourcefulness in challenging situations; ? the ability to `think in English and act in Indian?, which enables flexible functioning in multicultural work environments; ? and, importantly, how today?s young managers can build on these advantages and bring to the table their own generational learning, attitudes and capabilities to ensure future success. Thought-provoking and provocative, this fascinating treatise takes a long view of the Indian professional?s path to definitive career success, and makes for compulsory reading for every management practitioner.
|Author||: Kalpana Mohan|
The book is an entertaining narrative about the myriad Indianisms to be found in the English used by a large percentage of Indians; the growing importance of Indian English in a world of many Englishes; the ongoing tussle between the elite who speak the King's English and those who speak in their mother tongue or mother-tongue-accented English; the effect of the IT boom on global English; and the changing attitudes of young Indians towards a language introduced by the Raj hundreds of years ago.
|Author||: Anu Kapur|
|Editor||: Taylor & Francis|
What makes Darjeeling tea, Pashmina shawl, Monsooned Malabar Arabica coffee and Chanderi saree special? Why is it that some goods derive their uniqueness through their inherent linkage to a place? In a pioneering study, this book explores this intriguing question in the Indian context across 199 registered goods with geographical indications, linked with their place of origin. It argues that the origin of these goods is attributed to a distinctive ecology that brews in a particular place. The attributes of their origin further endorse their unique geographical indications through legal channels. Drawing from a variety of disciplines including geography, history, sociology, handicrafts, paintings, and textiles, the author also examines the Geographical Indications Act of 1999, and shows how it has created a scope to identify, register and protect those goods, be they natural, agricultural, or manufactured. The work presents a new perspective on the indigenous diversities and offers an original understanding of the geography and history of India. Lucid and accessible, with several illustrative maps, this book will be useful to scholars and researchers in the social sciences, environmental studies, development studies, law, trade and history.
|Author||: Kunal Vijayakar|
|Editor||: Jaico Publishing House|
This book is a buffet, an eclectic spread of some iconic, some forgotten and some beloved food that India has to offer. The recipes are often simple and tweaked to suit today’s fast-paced life, though some need the effort, perseverance and love that good food demands. In his inimitable style as a food writer of many years, the author has jotted down his thoughts, including some nuggets of information and his mouthwatering experiences alongside his recipes. The dishes in the book are also beautifully photographed, including pictures of some of the author’s favourite food moments. Kunal Vijayakar is an Indian film actor, director and television personality. He is well known as the host of The Foodie on Times Now and co-host of the news-spoof show The Week That Wasn’t with Cyrus Broacha on CNN-IBN.
|Author||: S. Bhaskaran|
Made in India examines seemingly disparate and high profile events in postcolonial India that captured national and transnational/diasporic interest since the 1990s: The emergence of the Indian homosexual, the new trans/national heterosexual woman, lesbian suicides, marriage and kinship contracts in small towns around India and the simultaneous evolution of the modern homophobia and lesbian NGOs. These events demonstrate the material, political, and cultural contexts within which postcolonial subjects negotiate their lived experiences within moments of decolonization and recolonization.
|Author||: Jasmine Chopra|
'Made in India' is a biography based on the life and achievements of Dr. Jai Krishna Nigam, who made significant contribution to how Indian industry and society benefited from industrial research in the late 1980's and early 90's. After training in textiles research as a young man, he branched out into industrial research in his native India, becoming a tireless advocate for need-based research and for closer links between research and industry. As the dynamic director of a premier research institute in New Delhi, India for over a decade, he gained wide respect for creating an independent, self supporting research institute a rarity in developing countries like India. Nigam's vision and life's work were dedicated to the goal of having technologies generated, modified, adapted and updated by Indians indigenously. His career and personal life took some remarkable twists and turns during the pursuit of his visionary dream of seeing a self-sufficient, self-reliant and prosperous India, on the top of the world, with everything needed, produced within the country and maximization of export trading with labels of 'Made in India'.
|Author||: Roger E. Hedlund|
|Editor||: Fortress Press|
Christianity Made in India: From Apostle Thomas to Mother Teresa discusses the indigenization of Christianity in the Indian context. It is set in the larger context of the exceptional growth of the church in the non-Western world during the twentieth century, which has been characterized by a diversity of localized cultural expressions. It recognizes that the center of Christian influence numerically and theologically is shifting southward to Africa, Latin America, and Asia. It affirms the reality that wherever the gospel goes, it takes root in the local culture.
|Author||: Ranjan Sarkar|
|Editor||: Notion Press|
The book is on the post independence Economic and Industrial development. It describes various constraints, compulsion faced by the industry during first four decades of post independence. Policies and plans for economic and industrial development in various phases. 5 five year plans and their rational. The book also discusses effects of Bank nationalisation in 1969, Green Revolution and Emergency in India during 1975 to 1977. The book also covers Coalition governments in different stages and its effect development. The book also covers gradual degradation in bureaucracy, particularly the moral and ethics of senior bureaucrats, Political influence in decision making. “License Raj”, import restrictions, hurdles for setting up a new industry. Effects of prolonged protectionist policy through the licensing and isolating India from rest of the world for long period of time. Rational and effects of economic reforms, globalisation and their effects on the economy. To gauge India’s economic development a comparison has been made with the Chinese economic and policies development which started more or less at same time as India.
Report prepared for the Confederation of Indian Industry.
|Author||: Meera Sodha|
|Editor||: Flatiron Books|
Following her bestselling Made in India, Meera Sodha reveals a whole new side of Indian food that is fresh, delicious, and quick to make at home. These vegetable-based recipes are feel-good food and full of flavor. Indian cuisine is one of the most vibrant vegetable cuisines in the entire world, and in Fresh India Meera leads home cooks on a culinary journey through its many flavorful dishes that will delight vegetarians and those simply looking to add to their recipe repertoire alike. Here are surprising recipes for every day made using easy-to-find ingredients: Mushroom and Walnut Samosas, Oven-Baked Onion Bhajis, and Beet and Paneer Kebabs. There are familiar and classic Indian recipes like dals, curries, and pickles, alongside less-familiar ones using fresh, seasonal ingredients. Enjoy showstoppers like Meera’s Sticky Mango Paneer Skewers, Roasted Cauliflower Korma, Daily Dosas with Coconut Potatoes, and luscious desserts like Salted Peanut and Jaggery Kulfi and Pistachio Cake Whether you are vegetarian, want to eat more vegetables, or just want to make great, modern Indian food, this is the book for you. Praise for Made In India: "The recipes are unpretentious and were immediately promoted by my family of critics into must-makes for the monthly dinner rotation, new staples for a season of chill and damp." —Sam Sifton, The New York Times "This book is full of real charm, personality, love, and garlic. Bring on the 100 clove curry! Not to mention fire-smoked eggplant, chicken livers in cumin butter masala, and beet and feta samosas. There's so much to be inspired by." —Yotam Ottolenghi "I want to cook everything in this book." —Nigella Lawson, Nigella.com
|Author||: Alessandra Mezzadri|
|Editor||: Cambridge University Press|
"Analyses the politics of production and labour control characterizing the Indian readymade garment industry since its entry into the global arena"--