Books Of India Blog

Machine Learning

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BOOK TITLE Machine Learning SUBTITLE  Master Supervised and Unsupervised Learning Algorithms with Real Examples AUTHOR NAME Dr Ruchi Doshi, Dr Kamal Kant Hiran, Ritesh Kumar Jain, Dr Kamlesh Lakhwani TAGLINE  Concepts of Machine Learning with Practical Approaches. KEY FEATURES   ● Includes real-scenario examples to explain the working of Machine Learning algorithms. ● Includes graphical and […]

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Tamil Migrants: A Demographic, Social and Economic Analysis

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TITLE: Tamil Migrants: A Demographic, Social and Economic Analysis AUTHORS: S. Irudaya Rajan, Bernard D’Sami, Samuel Asir Raj, and P. Sivakumar   Price: Rs 1095                         ISBN: 978-93-5442-126-6 Market rights: World Edition: First Size: 140 x 216 mm Extent: 336 Binding: Hardback Colour: Text: 2 Colour  Cover: 4 + 1 Colour Advance copies:  21 September […]

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Crafting A Future

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Crafting A Future Stories of Indian Textiles and Sustainable Practices by Archana Shah Flexiback 276 pages INR 1495 ISBN  978-93-91125-22-6 Textile/Craft Archana Shah started her career as a design student with a passion for the traditional craft skills of indigenous artisans; her interest encouraged her to travel across the country to study and experience the […]

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The Book of Passing Shadows

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The Book of Passing Shadows by C.V. Balakrishnan Translated from the Malayalam Original by T. M. Yesudasan Flexiback 228 pages INR 350 ISBN 978-93-89136-82-1 Fiction/Family Drama Thornbird C. V. Balakrishnan is an Indian writer of Malayalam literature. His novels embrace a range of emotional issues from sexual politics to religion and everything inbetween. The Book […]

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Ways To Strengthen Cooperative Federalism In India

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INDIA – A FEDERAL UNION OF STATES Fault Lines, Challenge and Opportunities Authored by Dr Madhav Godbole, Former Union Home Secretary & Secretary, Justice   Synopsis IN THE LAST 70 YEARS SINCE THE ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION, India has transitioned into a multi-party democracy with a greatly polarised polity. It is time to take a […]

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Mad(e) In India

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Mad(e) In India is a frank and funny exploration of India and Indians – looking into who we are as people and as a nation.

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Reflections

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Presenting the teachings of Swami Vivekananda, ‘Reflections’ introduces the different teachings from the religion of Vedanta.

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New English-Language Academic Books From Pakistan – Available Now Through Al Abbas Books

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Our friends at Al Abbas Books have released a list of new English-language publications from leading Pakistani academic authors. The publications cover a broad range of contemporary and historical subjects, including Islamic spirituality, history, and culture, colonial studies, jurisprudence, economic analysis, regional development, human rights activism, geopolitics, and military history.

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Book Review: TERI Energy & Environment Data Diary and Yearbook (TEDDY) 2018/19

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The Energy & Resources Institute (TERI) is India’s leading scientific research body on energy use and environmental management, and has produced a comprehensive yearbook (The Energy & Environmental Data Diary & Yearbook, or TEDDY) each year since 1986. The most recent edition covers the year 2018 to 2019, and provides a detailed analysis of commercial […]

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5 New History Book Releases From Sharada Books

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Sharada Books are synonymous with detailed but accessible academic history publications, covering all aspects of India’s philosophical, cultural, and religious heritage. The publisher is known for the depth of their content and the beauty of their books – with each title available as an imposing hardback, rich with photographs, line drawings, and references. So far […]

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