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Sex-selective abortions in India.
Provisional estimates from the 2001 census of India, which showed unusually high sex ratios for young children, have sparked renewed concern about the growing use of sex-selective abortions toExpand
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Son Preference, the Family-building Process and Child Mortality in India
India is a country with a pervasive preference for sons and one of the highest levels of excess child mortality for girls in the world (child mortality for girls exceeds child mortality for boys byExpand
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Sex Differentials in Childhood Feeding, Health Care, and Nutritional Status in India
Strong preference for sons in South Asia is well documented, but evidence on female disadvantage in childhood feeding, health care, and nutritional status is inconclusive. This article examines sexExpand
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The Economic History of India
  • T. Roy
  • Materials Science, Economics
  • 21 August 2004
An electric arc furnace has a side wall lining with at least one portion bombarded by the arc flare from one of the furnace arcing electrodes. A magnet is positioned on the outside of this portionExpand
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Factors affecting sex-selective abortion in India and 17 major states
This report examines the effects of demographic and socioeconomic factors on the prevalence of sex-selective abortion in India and 17 major states. Because reliable statistics on sex-selectiveExpand
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Economic History and Modern India: Redefining the Link
This paper argues that to restore the link between economic history and modern India, a different narrative of Indian economic history is needed. An exclusive focus on colonialism as the driver ofExpand
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Economic History of India, 1857-1947
  • T. Roy
  • Economics, History
  • 15 September 2011
This book presents a comprehensive account of the structural changes in India's economy initiated by colonial rule and globalization. It provides an understanding of the country's political andExpand
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National Family Health Survey (NFHS-2) 1998-99. India.
This document presents survey findings of the second National Family Health Survey (NFHS-2) in India. The NFHS-2 conducted during 1998-99 provides information on fertility mortality family planningExpand
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Traditional Industry in the Economy of Colonial India
  • T. Roy
  • Engineering
  • 4 November 1999
The majority of workers in South Asia are employed in industries that rely on manual labour and craft skills. Some of these industries have existed for centuries and survived great changes inExpand
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The East India Company: The World's Most Powerful Corporation
The book takes readers through the rise of the East India Company and it's businesses across various regions like Indonesia, Persia, North America, India, and China. By the 18th century, the companyExpand
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