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Indian Ocean Community: Uniting nations on path of progress (Paperback)

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As a counterpoise to European Community, the Indian Ocean Community can bring new developmental opportunities for over a third of humanity and contribute to setting up an equitable and just global order. Rastram is Indian Ocean Community. Nations along the rim of the Ocean of 63,000 miles should together constitute a socio-economic powerhouse to resolve the global financial crisis. Trans-Asian Railway Network and Trans-Asian Highway Network link Bangkok with Vladivostok as an economic multiplier. Law of the Sea changes extend Special Marine Economic Zone to 200 nautical miles from the shoreline offering new opportunities for sustainable development of fisheries and off-shore explorations.

About the Author


Dr. S. Kalyanaraman is Director, Sarasvati Research Center, President, Ramasetu Protection Movement in India and BoD member of World Association for Vedic Studies. His research interests relate to rediscovery of Vedic Sarasvati River, roots of Hindu civilization, decoding of Indus Script, National Water Grid and creation of Indian Ocean Community. He has a Ph.D. in Public Administration from the University of the Philippines. He is a multi-lingual scholar versed in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Sanskrit, Hindi. He was a senior financial and IT executive in Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines and on Indian Railways. His 18 publications include: Indian Lexicon - a multilingual dictionary for over 25 Indian languages, Sarasvati in 15 volumes, Indian Alchemy - Soma in the Veda, Indus Script Cipher, Rastram, Indian Hieroglyphs, Harosheth Hagoyim, Outrage for Dharma. He is a recipient of many awards including Vakankar Award (2000), Shivananda Eminent Citizens' Award (2008) and Dr. Hedgewar Prajna Samman (2008). Website: http: //sites.google.com/site/kalyan97


Product Details
ISBN: 9780982897157
ISBN-10: 0982897154
Publisher: Sarasvati Research Center
Publication Date: November 17th, 2012
Pages: 238
Language: English