journal={The Indian Journal of Public Administration},
  pages={861 - 864}
  • Published 1 July 1979
  • The Indian Journal of Public Administration
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Urban Heat Island Assessment for a Tropical Urban Airshed in India
There has been paucity of field campaigns in India in past few decades on the urban heat island intensities (UHI). Remote sensing observations provide useful information on urban heat islandExpand
Sustainability Appraisal and Economic Valuation of North Delhi Ridge Using Participatory Research Approach
Delhi Ridge is the Northern extension of the Aravalli hill range and is a prominent landscape feature of the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi. Presence of Delhi Ridge, along with RiverExpand
Integrative Assessment of Informal Settlements Using VHR Remote Sensing Data—The Delhi Case Study
The present study investigates the potential to use very high-resolution remote sensing data to identify urban structures and dynamics within Delhi, India and presents a semi-automated, object-oriented classification approach which allows for the identification of informal settlements within the urban area. Expand
Exploring the Problem of Ambiguity in Context-free Grammars
An algorithm was designed and implemented to detect ambiguous strings generated by a subset of context-free grammars, and it was observed that the time in which ambiguity was detected was largely independent of factors such as the productivity of a grammar, the degree of ambiguity of a string, and the lengths of strings generated. Expand
Regional disparities of growth and internal migrant workers in informal sectors in the age of COVID‐19
  • D. Das
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Journal of public affairs
  • 2020
In India, maximum numbers of workers, who migrated from poor Human Development Index (HDI)‐scored states to high HDI‐scORED states, are faced with higher informalistion of their jobs, due to deprivation from basic rights in the age of Corona. Expand
The Impact of Washing and Peeling of Cucumbers and Tomatoes in Reduction of Daily Intake of Dithiocarbamates
Background: Pesticides residues on foods are potentially toxic to humans. They may induce adverse health effects such as cancer, effects on reproduction, immune and nervous system complications. OneExpand
Barks Essential Oil, Secondary Metabolites and Biological Activities of Four Organs of Tunisian Calligonum azel Maire
This study demonstrated that C. azel can be regarded as an excellent plant source for natural antimicrobial agents because of its high contents in polyphenols, flavonoids and tannins. Expand
of Thesis Presented to the Graduate School of the University of Florida in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science APPLICATIONS OF STRESS FROM BORON DOPING ANDExpand
Ante natal care (ANC) utilization, dietary practices and nutritional outcomes in pregnant and recently delivered women in urban slums of Delhi, India: an exploratory cross-sectional study
Pregnant women living in urban poor settlements have poor nutritional status and this may be improved by strengthening the nutrition counselling component of ANC which was inadequate in the ANC package received. Expand
A Systematic Review of Antenatal Risk Scoring Systems in India to Predict Adverse Neonatal Outcomes
The purpose of antenatal care (ANC) is to identify ‘at-risk’ pregnant women, to provide quality care for all, and maximize the allocation of resources for those who need them the most. To address theExpand