Disaster Management: A Reader
National Institute of Advanced Studies, 2005 - Crisis management - 246 pages
Contributed papers presented in an annual course on disaster management conducted by the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore, India; with reference to India.
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Earthquakes in India
Floods and Cyclones Meteorological
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