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India palm oil market size is anticipated to reach USD 13.1 billion by 2025 Refined derivatives are widely being utilized in food owing to their lower price in comparison to other conventional edible oils derived from groundnut, soybean and sunflower. Rapid urbanization, and changing lifestyles backed by increasing disposable income in India have influenced consumption trends of consumers. Increasing consumption in food & beverages and cosmetics industry is a key factor likely to boost overall growth. A positive factor in the Indian production scenario is a significant growth in the acreage, which registered a CAGR of approximately 20% over the past five years. Improving yield coupled with reducing wastage during production by has created improved business environment in India. In order to encourage domestic cultivation, the government provides subsidies of up to INR 7,000 per hectare for farmers. Furthermore, to ease capital inflows, the government also allowed 100% FDI through automatic route. The lubricants segment is anticipated to exhibit steady growth owing to increasing demand for numerous commercial and industrial products including detergents, soaps, shampoos and cleaners. Further Key Findings from the Study Suggest: 3 Indian Palm Oil Market Variables, Trends & Scope 3.1 Market segmentation 3.2 Penetration & growth prospect mapping, 2014 - 2025 3.3 Palm oil industry - value chain analysis 3.3.1 Scope for new entrants 3.4 Regulatory framework 3.5 Raw material & palm oil prices 3.5.1 Palm oil price determination 3.6 Indian palm oil market dynamics 3.6.1 Market driver analysis 3.6.1.1 Increasing demand for edible oils 3.6.1.2 Improving socio-economic conditions 3.6.2 Market restraint analysis 3.6.2.1 Sustainability issues in cultivation 3.7 Key opportunities prioritized 3.8 Industry analysis - Porter's 3.9 Indian palm oil market - PESTEL analysis 3.9.1 Key persisting issues and challenges 6.4.1 Average selling price of crude & refined palm oil from Malaysia and Indonesia For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/csss2z/indian_palm_oil Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager press@researchandmarkets.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call +1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call +1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907 Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716 To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/indian-palm-oil-crude-palm-oil-palm-kernel-rbd-palm-oil-palm-olein-market-2014-2017--2025---research-and-markets-300453232.html


News Article | May 9, 2017
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The report titled India Ballistic Protection Market Outlook to FY'2021 - Rising Defence Expenditure and Growing Exports to Shape the Future which provides a comprehensive analysis of the ballistic protection market India. The report covers various aspects such as overall size of the ballistic protection market in terms of value and volume, segmentation on the basis of types of products, domestic sales and exports and others. The report also covers future outlook and projections of the industry. Additionally, the report offers prevalent trends, developments and challenges in industry and SWOT analysis of the current market. The report also covers the competitive landscape of the industry and comprehensive profile of leading players operating in the market. Major macroeconomic indicators affecting the market have also been highlighted in the report. The report is useful for manufacturers of ballistic protection equipments companies, consultants and stakeholders to align their market centric strategies according to ongoing and expected trends in the future. Ballistic protection market comprises of defence equipments which are used by people to protect themselves against the firearm or an explosive device. Such products are most commonly used by the armed forces of a nation, VIPs and HNWIs, which face risk on their lives due to their influence or stature in the society. The need for ballistic protection has been growing in India with the rise in threat of domestic and cross-border terrorism. Apart from terrorism, local extremist outfits such as Indian Mujahideen, Bodo militants, Maoist-Naxalite insurgency in several of its states has led to the deployment of military and paramilitary forces in these regions. As the casualties and fatalities from stray explosives and firings rise in these regions, the need for protective armour by the general public in these regions has been growing. Moreover, there is a constant demand from the armed forces in India, since the country's borders are shared with China and Pakistan. The market has overall sales volume of - units of bullet proof jackets as of FY'2016, which has substantially enhanced over the years. Over the period FY'2011-FY'2016, the market for bulletproof vests has generated significant demand from different units of the Indian Army as well as police forces of J& K, Assam, Manipur; Nagaland and several other Indian states. Ballistic boots have been produced with the major focus towards preventing damage from bullets and other shrapnel to the legs and feet of users. Indian ballistic boots market has showcased a healthy growth rate in terms of revenues over the period FY'2011-FY'2014. The market has risen steadily from INR - million in FY'2011 to INR - million in FY'2014. As of FY'2016, demand for ballistic boots in India is -, however only - are being procured. There is a huge demand-supply gap majorly due to new completed tenders for ballistic boots. Bomb blanket is a combination of suppression blanket and safety ring for quick protection against blast shocks and fragments. The market revenues were registered at INR - million during FY'2016. Units consumed during FY'2016 have been registered at -. Similar to ballistic vests and helmets, the market for ballistic blanket in India has been dominated by exports during FY'2016. Exports have captured a share of -% in the total sales of ballistic blanket market during FY'2016. The bomb suits are generally made with high strength aromatic polyamide polymer fabrics such as Kevlar. The suits have extra padding in their built to protect against the massive impact of blasts. The demand for bomb suits in India has been recorded at - units, with revenues of worth INR - million in FY'2016 The sales volume of bulletproof helmets during FY'2016 was recorded at - units. The price of bullet proof helmets in India has been witnessed at INR - per unit. India ballistic helmet market is highly export driven with export accounting for -% share in the total sales during FY'2016. Domestic sales have accounted for a low share of -% in the total sales of ballistic helmets in terms of units in FY'2016. Key Topics Covered: 1. Executive Summary 2. Appendix 3. India Ballistic Protection Market Introduction 3.1. Comparative Analysis with Global Industry 4. India Personal Ballistic Protection Market Introduction 4.1. India Personal Ballistic Protection Market Size, FY'2011-FY'2016 4.1.1. By Revenues, FY'2011-FY'2016 4.1.2. By Sales Volume, FY'2011-FY'2016 5. Indian Personal Ballistic Protection Market Segmentation, FY'2016 5.1. By Products, FY'2016 5.2. India Ballistic Vests/Jackets Market Introduction 5.3. India Ballistic Boots Market Introduction 5.4. India Ballistic Blankets Market Introduction 5.5. India Demining Suits Market Introduction 5.6. India Bomb Squad Outfit Market Introduction 5.7. India Ballistic Helmets Market Introduction 6. India's Vehicle Ballistic Protection Market Introduction and Market Size, FY'2016 7. India Bulletproof Glass Market Size, FY'2016 8. Trends in India's Ballistic Protection Market Introduction of 6th generation ballistic protection technology Increasing Usage of Dyneema Force Multiplier Technology Rise in Domestic Production Increase in Demand from Civilians Increased Cross-Border Activity Modernisation of Indian Military Forces Online Sales of Bullet Proof heads Keeping Pace with Global Trends Tender Driven Market Large Requirement and Supply Gap 9. SWOT Analysis of India's Ballistic Protection Market 10. Government Policies for Personal Ballistic Protection Armour 11. Competitive Landscape of Major Players in India Ballistic Protection Market MKU Shri Lakshmi Defence Limited Jeet and Jeet Glass and Chemicals Indian Armour Pvt Ltd Star Wire Pvt Ltd TATA Advanced Materials Ltd 12. Indian Personal Ballistic Protection Market Future Outlook and Projections, FY'2017-FY'2021 For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vcz2kq/india_ballistic Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager press@researchandmarkets.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call +1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call +1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907 Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716 To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/india-ballistic-protection-market-outlook-2016-2021---research-and-markets-300453340.html


News Article | May 29, 2017
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Prices for farmed Indian vannamei shrimp have dived in week 21 of 2017, due to sudden mass harvesting, sources told Undercurrent News. Over the past months demand from key markets such as North America and Europe has been increasing, but harvests have been slow, especially on the larger sizes of shrimp. But in the past week a “major, sudden harvest” in shrimp-farming regions Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu has seen prices drop in a “historic price crash”, Durai Balasubramanian – secretary of the Pattukottai Shrimp Farmers Association in Tamil Nadu – told Undercurrent. A second source, with a major US importer, agreed, noting on May 26 “I think it [the price crash] is just due to higher than usual end of the season harvests”. Both sources also agreed that the price dip would be short lived. “They are mainly larger sizes, and will soon start slowing down and probably prices would again adjust back a little higher,” said the importer. Balasubramanian added that in Tamil Nadu many areas continue to suffer with white spot and white feces syndromes, and that “prices are likely to get stronger again in the next month”. “I'm very sure the scenario will be different than last year in terms of raw material availability. 30 counts and lower are very hard to achieve with this prevailing hot weather.” In 2016, between weeks 23 and 32, prices on the largest Indian shrimp dipped below the typical level for the year, on good availability (see graph, which comes up to date with week 21 2017's price drop). Full-scale harvests are still expected for the first week of June, so low prices may last for a week or two yet. In week 21, 30 count have dropped 8% to INR 490 per kilogram; 50 count are down 15% to INR 290; 70 count fell 18% to INR 255; and 90 count dipped 8% to INR 230. Full prices can be found at Undercurrent's prices portal. The aforementioned US importer noted that until the most recent price developments, trading on Indian shrimp had been slow. “I would say, it’s just been going okay. We have been struggling for the past few months to build up comfortable inventory levels, and it will be couple of more months before we even get to that point.” “Purchases and replacement prices also have been higher than the expected levels. There are hardly any margins showing up at our end; buyers here are not willing to go up any higher than current prices.” 30 and 40 counts had started to improve slightly just ahead of week 21, “but are still short of requirements”, he said. 50 and 60 counts too have been sought-after, due to pending orders which still need to be fulfilled. Those Indian 30 and 40 counts have been increasing in price over the past weeks, while smaller sizes have been coming down, a trader of a variety of origin shrimp told Undercurrent. “Hence, larger sizes for headless, shell-on and peeled, de-veined tail on are still a tough picture.” Demand from North America and Europe has been rising in recent weeks; possibly something to do with soaring prices for black tiger shrimp out of India and Bangladesh, he suggested. “The price difference between vannamei and black tiger is huge, so we see some buyers switching to vannamei,” he said. The US importer added that low availability and high prices are causing black tigers to slowly become irrelevant, at least in terms of influencing the market for commodity shrimp. He agreed that the few US users of black tigers are discontinuing their orders "even if they are willing to pay the high prices".


-- Porter Prize is named after the leading authority on competition & strategy, Professor Michael E. Porter. Prof. Porter, from Harvard Business School is widely acknowledged as the most influential business strategist, economist, and author; well-known for his theories on economics, business strategy, and social causes.The award has been instituted by the• GNFC won the award under the category of, which recognizes the company's successful efforts in creating synergy between social and economic progress through its competitive strategy• GNFC's Neem Project is focused on empowering marginalised communities and the rural poor with a targeted focus on women empowerment. In 2015-17, the Neem Project generated direct employment for 2.25 lakh women;  supplementary income of INR 25 crore and indirect employment for around 75,000 people:Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilisers & Chemicals (GNFC) won the prestigious Porter Prize supported by the Harvard Group for its revolutionary and innovative Neem Project. The Porter Prize is named after Michael Eugene Porter, one of the only 26 Harvard University Professors along with Nobel Laureate Prof. Amartya Sen to be conferred the special designation of 'University Professor'. Prof Porter is well-known for his theories on economics, business strategy, and social causes. The Porter Prize was established to recognize companies on the basis of their contribution to value creation, innovation, and strategy. It is instituted and administered by the Institute for Competitiveness, India, which works in affiliation with Harvard Business School, USA.The Award was received by Dr. Rajiv Kumar Gupta (IAS), Managing Director, GNFC from Prof. Porter at a gala ceremony organized in Mumbai on 24th of May 2017 at the Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai. The event was attended by distinguished business leaders from across sectors. The glittering guest list included Mr. M.K Anand, MD & CEO, Times Network; Mr. Rakesh Sarna, MD & CEO, Indian Hotels Company; and Mr. Wilfried Aulbur, Managing Partner, Roland Berger Private Limited among others. Prof. Porter will also deliver a lecture at NITI Aayog's 'Transforming India' series on May 25, 2017 on the theme "Competitiveness of Nations and States: New Insights".. Fulfilling the vision of Honourable Prime Minister on Neem coated Urea, the Neem Project successfully orchestrated a synchronization between a policy requirement of the government of India, business need of GNFC and the socio-economic needs among the rural poor. To fulfil the policy mandate of 100% Neem coating of Urea, GNFC began a backward integration process and involved the rural poor, mostly landless labourers with focus on women, in seed collection. This resulted in the creation of shared value through the manufacturing of Neem oil through the seeds collected, helping fulfil the policy mandate. At the same time, it resulted in the upliftment of poor rural population by generating income for farmers, women, poor and landless labourers through the neem seed collection process.  The surplus neem oil has been further used for forward integration of Neem oil based products.Receiving the award,said, "The biggest highlight of the project has been to establish a viable business model which has led to social transformation. The Neem Project has been able to create a value chain which is now exponentially multiplying value creation in the lives of numerous people, especially the most poor and vulnerable. The model adopted by GNFC has motivated many companies to come forward for similar shared value generation projects. We are providing support to them to implement this project in other states."According to Prof. Porter, the central premise behind creating shared value is that the competitiveness of a company and the health of the communities around it are mutually dependent. Recognizing and capitalizing on these connections between societal and economic progress has the power to unleash the next wave of global growth, to redefine capitalism and to unleash a wave of innovation. The synthesis of "rigorous analysis", "tough-minded decisions" and "hard choices" all combined into a meaningful whole ensures that sustainable competitive advantage is created in advance by studying the structure of an industry.


News Article | April 26, 2017
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NEW DELHI, INDIA / ACCESSWIRE / April 26, 2017 / Any time you hear about a multi-level marketing (MLM) or network marketing company these days, it seems that there is a negative association attached to the idea. And yet, network marketing is simply a way for companies that produce goods to distribute them without necessarily owning and operating retail storefronts. Independent representatives (IRs) purchase goods, which they go on to sell, earning a profit and virtually operating as their own bosses. A recent study conducted by the India Multi Level Marketing Institute examined multiple operations, such as Avon, Mary Kay, Qnet, and Tupperware. These are clearly not schemes, of the pyramid type or any other variety. So why are network marketing companies so often painted as unethical? Unfortunately, there are a lot of bad apples out there posing as legitimate MLM companies to extort money from unsuspecting customers while offering nothing of value in return. Over in Asia QNET, one of Asia's leading direct selling companies, has come under fire from those accusing the business of operating a pyramid scheme. This couldn't be further from the truth. QNET offers products in a variety of categories, including Health and Wellness, Personal Care and Beauty, Watches and Jewelry, Technology, and Holidays. QNET relies on a network of Independent Representatives to distribute their products and grow their brand. This network marketing model benefits both the company and IRs in a number of ways. The company saves money on overhead because they don't have to operate retail stores and pay salaries. IRs get to become their own bosses, set their own hours, and invest as much or as little time and money as they want. In addition, QNET provides representatives with education and tools that will help them to make sales so that everyone can profit. When representatives feel confident about the products they are buying and selling, they have a greater opportunity to succeed and the company enjoys greater brand recognition. Everybody wins. How is QNET Different from MLM Schemes Examined by India MLM? QNET is different in a few very important ways. First of all, QNET offers value for the money IRs spend on products. There are no empty promises. While pyramid schemes are notorious for offering "get rich quick" schemes and then providing no support to help representatives sell products, QNET provides training and tools designed to ensure success. In most cases, the real goal of pyramid schemes is recruiting, not selling actual goods, because recruitment earns commissions. QNET offers no commission for recruiting - IRs only make money from direct selling. Finally, pyramid schemes are buyer beware - those who spend money will never get it back, even if they have a legitimate complaint. QNET offers refunds when warranted. According to Nishchal Churamani, the Head of Corporate Communications for QNET in India and other locations in Europe, "The entire procedure is strictly in compliance of the provisions of the Sale of Goods Act. What's more, like any other refund process, the company has done refunds to the tune of almost INR 100 crore in the last four years for genuine complaints." In other words, not all MLM companies are pyramid schemes, despite the fact that some have given the entire industry a bad name. QNET is a legitimate business providing opportunities for self-motivated professionals in 30 countries across the globe.


NB Entertainment Enters Mobile App World with Bigo Savers - A Buy 1 Get 1 Free App in India Launched by NB Entertainment, on January 10th 2017, this fun app is loaded with unlimited "buy 1 get 1" offers to compliment your interests & pocket. Be it cafes, restaurants, gym, spa, hotels, accommodation or retail stores, you’ll find latest options to what’s near you & what’s trending in the town. A complete lifestyle guide providing over 1000 exciting offers. Bangalore, India, April 15, 2017 --( Friday, 14th April, India. NB Entertainment, recently launched their first ever lifestyle guide mobile app- Bigo Savers in India. The app is a pocket friendly mini guide to look for exciting offers to avail in restaurants, spas, gyms, retail stores & resorts. Every new offer or update of the application is notified with a pop-up notification. This app is more like a Deal Wallet which is pre loaded with more than 1000 ‘buy 1 get 1 offers, ‘buy 2 get 2 offers, flat discount on the bill. Members can redeem the offers on all the 7 days of a week excluding public holidays. Members can subscribe to premium Bigo membership plans from Gold, Platinum and Signature categories to get exclusive deals and invitation to events. Gold monthly plan starts from INR 199. The members can use a single membership to redeem offers valid across India. Members can enjoy 2 Trial Offers upon app download. Apart from regular deals, Bigo Savers have limited time ‘Live Offers,’ specifically for the festive season. The most trending among them are IPL & Diwali offers. Members are given a limited time duration to redeem these exciting offers. Currently, Android and IOS users of Kolkata can get access to this mobile application by downloading it via Google Play Store and Apple Store. The application will soon be open for members in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Pune and Hyderabad. By the end of 2017, Bigo Savers will come out with ‘Whats On’ feature which will give the members access over date guide on events like: Brunch, Ladies Night, Happy Hours, Concerts, Beach Parties, Flee Market, Retail Sales & much more. About NB Entertainment Established in June, 2016, NB Entertainment is a registered company with its Head Quarter in Bengaluru, India. NBE launched its primary product ‘Bigo Savers’ mobile app to facilitate Android & IOS users to avail Buy 1 Get 1 Offers / exciting deals every time they go out. Bigo Savers is a medium for NBE to help its business partners get more customers and increase customer loyalty. A big step in customer engagement & the business marketing world. For more information, email, contact or visit- Email- hello@bigosavers.com, pr@bigosavers.com Website- http://www.bigosavers.com Address- Head Office No. 26, Wheeler Road, Cox Town, Bangalore – 560005 Branches in Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai and Kolkata. Bangalore, India, April 15, 2017 --( PR.com )-- "We believe in quality than quantity and want our members to get the best offers in town," says Co-Founder and COO Bassam Mallick.Friday, 14th April, India. NB Entertainment, recently launched their first ever lifestyle guide mobile app- Bigo Savers in India. The app is a pocket friendly mini guide to look for exciting offers to avail in restaurants, spas, gyms, retail stores & resorts.Every new offer or update of the application is notified with a pop-up notification. This app is more like a Deal Wallet which is pre loaded with more than 1000 ‘buy 1 get 1 offers, ‘buy 2 get 2 offers, flat discount on the bill. Members can redeem the offers on all the 7 days of a week excluding public holidays.Members can subscribe to premium Bigo membership plans from Gold, Platinum and Signature categories to get exclusive deals and invitation to events. Gold monthly plan starts from INR 199. The members can use a single membership to redeem offers valid across India. Members can enjoy 2 Trial Offers upon app download.Apart from regular deals, Bigo Savers have limited time ‘Live Offers,’ specifically for the festive season. The most trending among them are IPL & Diwali offers. Members are given a limited time duration to redeem these exciting offers.Currently, Android and IOS users of Kolkata can get access to this mobile application by downloading it via Google Play Store and Apple Store. The application will soon be open for members in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Pune and Hyderabad.By the end of 2017, Bigo Savers will come out with ‘Whats On’ feature which will give the members access over date guide on events like: Brunch, Ladies Night, Happy Hours, Concerts, Beach Parties, Flee Market, Retail Sales & much more.About NB EntertainmentEstablished in June, 2016, NB Entertainment is a registered company with its Head Quarter in Bengaluru, India. NBE launched its primary product ‘Bigo Savers’ mobile app to facilitate Android & IOS users to avail Buy 1 Get 1 Offers / exciting deals every time they go out. Bigo Savers is a medium for NBE to help its business partners get more customers and increase customer loyalty. A big step in customer engagement & the business marketing world.For more information, email, contact or visit-Email- hello@bigosavers.com, pr@bigosavers.comWebsite- http://www.bigosavers.comAddress- Head OfficeNo. 26, Wheeler Road, Cox Town, Bangalore – 560005Branches in Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai,Pune, Chennai and Kolkata. Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Bigo Savers


DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Lassi Market in India: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2017-2021" report to their offering. The market is expected to reach a value of INR 47.2 Billion by 2021 Lassi, also known as desi buttermilk, is obtained by the churning of curd. It is a bit sour in taste and has a rich dense texture. It is consumed mostly in the northern part of the country, especially during the summer season. It is either consumed by adding sugar and fresh fruit chunks, or by adding salt and some other spices to it. The report finds that the market exhibited a CAGR of 21% during 2010-2016. Lassi not only offers refreshment during the summertime, but also boosts the energy levels. Apart from this, it also helps in fighting other summer-related problems such as prickly heat, gastro-intestinal problems and the build-up of bacteria. These factors have highly added to the market growth. Some of the prominent players operating in the market include For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nzb2wv/lassi_market_in


DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Dairy whitener Market in India : Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2017-2021" report to their offering. The market is expected to reach a value of INR 48 Billion by 2021 Dairy whiteners are widely used as a substitute to fluid milk, milk powder or cream in beverages such as coffee, tea, cocoa, etc. Apart from whitening, dairy whiteners also add mouth feel, body and flavour to the beverages they are added to and, thereby, enhance the overall taste. They come in fluid, powder or condensed forms and can widely differ in their fat and sugar content. The healthy growth of the market can be attributed to numerous forces. Population growth, rising disposable incomes, urbanisation rates, ease of use and storage, hectic lifestyle, changing dietary habits are some of the factors that are broadening the growth aspects of the market. For each states, the report provides a thorough analysis of the current and historical value and volume trends, market share of key players and market forecast. Some of the prominent players operating in the market include For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9l2pj5/dairy_whitener


CLASSICS: Why and how we can encourage children to read them by Fiza Pathan NOMINATED FOR A GLOBAL EBOOK AWARD CLASSICS Why and How we can encourage children to MUMBAI, India - April 26, 2017 - PRLog -- FIZA PATHAN PUBLISHING (OPC) PRIVATE LIMITED is proud to announce that – CLASSICS: Why and how we can encourage children to read them by Fiza Pathan (eBook) has been nominated for the 2017 GLOBAL EBOOK AWARD. What the book is about: With the aid of the various techniques mentioned in this book, I hope to propagate the reading of Classics to everyone ... every student, parent, and educator. Through the use of these techniques, parents and educators will be able to introduce students to the rich world of classic literature without the negative feelings that often result when students are exposed to new, more difficult material. The book also focuses on the importance of reading good literature, methods for encouraging students to do so, and the lifelong benefits children will reap from exposure to classic literature. It is my hope that this book will encourage everyone to make reading the classics a habit rather than a chore. We must do so, for the welfare of the modern generation and those to follow. Reviews: "A bible for anybody working with children's literature. Fascinating and informative." – A 'Wishing Shelf' Book Review "With its wealth of information that ranges from book clubs for young people to notes about obstacles to reading and comprehension and the myriad benefits of classics, CLASSICS: Why And How We Can Encourage Children To Read Them is a treasure trove of insights highly recommended for teachers and adults who want to pass on the legacy of classic reading to kids." – D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review "Beautifully presented, authoritative and articulate, Classics: Why and How We Can Encourage Children to Read Them is an absolute must read and is recommended without reservation." – Book Viral About the Author: Fiza Pathan was born in Mumbai, India. She finished her high school education from Bombay Scottish School, a reputed ICSE School in Mumbai. She then attended St Andrews College to pursue her B.A. degree in History and Sociology and graduated with a first class. A trained teacher, she graduated with a first class from the St Theresa's Institute of Education, Santa Cruz, her special subjects being History and English. She has written nine award-winning books and won over forty literary awards. About the Awards: The Global Ebook Awards honor and bring attention to the future of book publishing: Ebooks. Now in its seventh year, the Awards are in over 100 specific categories. They are open to all publishers large and small so that a winner is the best in its category not just the best of small or regionally-published ebooks. Most ebooks are also available as printed books as well. Ordering information The Hardcover edition priced at $29.99 is available for sale on Amazon. Booksellers can order their copies directly with Ingram. The Ebook priced at $6.99 (INR 466) is available on Amazon, Nook, and iBooks. An Indian hardcover edition (for distribution in the Indian sub-continent) priced at INR 425 is available for sale at bookstores in Mumbai. https://www.amazon.com/ CLASSICS-encourage- children-read- t... -- FIZA PATHAN PUBLISHING (OPC) PRIVATE LIMITED is proud to announce that – CLASSICSby Fiza Pathan (eBook) has been nominated for the 2017 GLOBAL EBOOK AWARD.What the book is about:With the aid of the various techniques mentioned in this book, I hope to propagate the reading of Classics to everyone ... every student, parent, and educator. Through the use of these techniques, parents and educators will be able to introduce students to the rich world of classic literature without the negative feelings that often result when students are exposed to new, more difficult material. The book also focuses on the importance of reading good literature, methods for encouraging students to do so, and the lifelong benefits children will reap from exposure to classic literature. It is my hope that this book will encourage everyone to make reading the classics a habit rather than a chore. We must do so, for the welfare of the modern generation and those to follow.Reviews:"A bible for anybody working with children's literature. Fascinating and informative."– A 'Wishing Shelf' Book Review"With its wealth of information that ranges from book clubs for young people to notes about obstacles to reading and comprehension and the myriad benefits of classics,is a treasure trove of insights highly recommended for teachers and adults who want to pass on the legacy of classic reading to kids." – D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review"Beautifully presented, authoritative and articulate,is an absolute must read and is recommended without reservation."– Book ViralAbout the Author:Fiza Pathan was born in Mumbai, India. She finished her high school education from Bombay Scottish School, a reputed ICSE School in Mumbai. She then attended St Andrews College to pursue her B.A. degree in History and Sociology and graduated with a first class. A trained teacher, she graduated with a first class from the St Theresa's Institute of Education, Santa Cruz, her special subjects being History and English. She has written nine award-winning books and won over forty literary awards.About the Awards:The Global Ebook Awards honor and bring attention to the future of book publishing: Ebooks. Now in its seventh year, the Awards are in over 100 specific categories. They are open to all publishers large and small so that a winner is the best in its category not just the best of small or regionally-published ebooks. Most ebooks are also available as printed books as well.Ordering informationThe Hardcover edition priced at $29.99 is available for sale on Amazon. Booksellers can order their copies directly with Ingram. The Ebook priced at $6.99 (INR 466) is available on Amazon, Nook, and iBooks. An Indian hardcover edition (for distribution in the Indian sub-continent)priced at INR 425 is available for sale at bookstores in Mumbai. Readers' Favorite recognizes "Raman and Sunny", "Classics", and "Amina" in its 2016 International Book Award Contest


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Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical | Year: 2014

The Alday-Gaiotto-Tachikawa relations reduce S-duality to the modular transformations of conformal blocks. It was recently conjectured that, for the four-point conformal block, the modular transform up to the non-perturbative contributions can be written in the form of the ordinary Fourier transform when β ≡ -1/2 = 1. Here I extend this conjecture to general values of 1, 2. Namely, I argue that, for a properly normalized four-point conformal block the S-duality is perturbatively given by the Fourier transform for arbitrary values of the deformation parameters 1, 2. The conjecture is based on explicit perturbative computations in the first few orders of the string coupling constant g2 ≡ -12and hypermultiplet masses. © 2014 IOP Publishing Ltd.

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