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Special Volume to commemorate
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CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 81,
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(published in January, 2014).

Sr. No. | Author | Title of the Paper | poages |

1. | Abhijit Banerjee and Sujoy Majumder. | A uniqueness result related to meromorphic functions sharing two sets II. | 01-12 |

2. | V. K. Bhardwaj and Sandeep Gupta. | On the space of theta-conergent sequences. | 13-21 |

3. | J. N. Chaudhari and K. J. Ingale. | On 2-absorbing substractive ideals in semi rings. | 23-35 |

4. | V. K. Chaudhary. | Matrix transformations on some generalized difference sequence spacing. | 37-43 |

5. | S. Chauhan, I. beg and B. D. Pant. | Impact of (CLRST) property and existance of
fixed points using imlicit relations. | 45-59 |

6. | K. N. Darji and R. G. Vyas. | On two variables functions of bounded p-variation in the mean. | 61-66 |

7. | Thomas Ernst. | Convergence aspects of q-Appell functions I. | 67-77 |

8. | V. K. Jain. | Certain interesting implications of Arestov's integral inequalities for polynomials. | 79-86 |

9. | Deshna Loonker and P. K. Banerjee. | On distributional Abel integral equations for distributional Elzaki transform. | 87-96 |

10. | Bruno de Malafosse. | Solvability of sequence spaces equations using entire and analytic sequences and applications. | 97-114 |

11. | K. B. Mangang. | Equicontinuity of the limit functions of a sequence of equicontinuous functions. | 115-121 |

12. | Saurabh Mantro, Sanjay Kumar and S. S. Bhatia. | Common fixed point theorems for weakly compatible maps satisfying common (E A) like property in intuitionistic fuzzy metric spaces using implicit relation. | 123-133 |

13. | R. Mohan and R. Venkateswarlu. | Models for time dependent deterioration, time dependent quadratic demand and salvage value. | 135-146 |

14. | Arif Rafiq and Mohammad Imdad. | Implicit Mann iteration scheme for hemicontractive mappings. | 147-153 |

15. | N. K. Sahu, c. Nahak and S. Nanda. | Graph convergence and approximation solvability of a class of implicit variational inclusion problems in Banach spaces. | 155-172 |

16. | W. T. Sulaiman. | Some new application of power increasing sequence. | 173-179 |

17. | W. T. Sulaiman. | Functional inequalities for incomplete beta function. | 181-185 |

18. | Bankteshwar Tiwari. | On hyper surfaces of a special semi-c-reducible Finsler space. | 187-194 |

19. | Bicheng Yang and Lokenath Debnath. | On a half-discrete Hilbert-type inequality with a logarithmic kernel. | 195-204 |

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(published in December, 2013; Guest Editor: A. K. Agarwal)
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1. | S, D. Adhikari. | Schur's theorem in combinatorial number theory: some generalizations. | 01 - 10 |

2. | S. Bhargava. | A summary of Bhargava's selected publications related to Ramanujan's work. | 11 - 32 |

3. | Michael D. Hirschhorn | My contact with Ramanujan. | 33 - 43 |

4. | Jeremy Lovejoy and Robert Osburn. | Mixed mock modular q-series. | 45 - 61 |

5. | A. M. Mathai. | Ramanujan's Hypergeometric function with matrix argument. | 63 - 72 |

6. | M. Ram Murty. | Ramanujan and the Zeta function. | 73 - 91 |

7. | Neville Robins. | Inspired by Ramanujan. | 93 - 96 |

8. | J. A. Sellers. | An unexpected congruence Modulo 5 for 4-coloured generalized Frobenius partitions. | 97 - 103 |

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Nos. 3 - 4, July - December, (2013):
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Sr. No. | Author | Title of the Paper | pages |

19. | P. Baliarsingh and S. Dutta. | On the class of new difference sequence spaces. | 203-211 |

20. | R. K. Bisht. | A common fixed point theorem under a non-Lipschitzian type condition. | 213-220 |

21. | Y. M. Borse and B. N. Waphare | On removable and non-separating even cycles in graphs. | 221-234 |

22. | J. N. Chaudhary. | 2-absorbing ideals in the semi-ring of non negative integers. | 235-241 |

23. | Ajit De. | Computation of synthetic seismogram in a burried elliptic in plane shear dislocation model in an elastic half-space. | 243-263 |

24. | S. K. Kango and G. C. Rana. | Stability of two superposed Rivlin-Erickson viscoelastic fluids in the presence of suspended particles and variable magnetic field in porous medium. | 265-274 |

25. | Makoto Minamide. | On zeros of the derivative of the modified Selberg zeta function for the modular group. | 275-312 |

26. | Shyamapada Modak. | Grill-filter space. | 313-320 |

27. | N. Pankajam and A. Pushpalatha. | Prefilters in intuitionistic fuzzy topological spaces. | 321-328 |

28. | Gauree Shankar and Ravindra. | On the hypersurface of a Finsler space with the special (a, b)-metric a+b+(b^(n+1)/a^n). | 329-339 |

29. | P. K. Sharma and M. Yamin. | Relative Relation modules of SL(2, p) and PSL(2, p) groups. | 341-348 |

30. | K. J. Shinde and S. M. Padhye. | Comparision theorem for limit point case and limit circle case of singular Sturm-Liouville differential operators. | 349-355 |

31. | Baljeet Singh and Renu Sheoran. | Propagation of surface waves in an anisotropic two-temperature generalized thermoelastic medium. | 357-365 |

32. | Dinesh Singh and Renu Jain. | Fractional kinetic equation with a generalized Lauricella confluent hypergeometric function in their kernels. | 367-372 |

33. | S. K. Srivastava and Bhanu Gupta. | Existence of non-linear fuzzy differential equations with impulses. | 373-384 |

34. | W. T. Sulaiman. | Absolute summability factors involving quasi-f-power increasing sequences. | 385-394 |

35. | Feng-Zhen Zhao. | The log-convexity of Cauchy numbers. | 395-403 |

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CONTENTS of the Journal of the Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 80, Nos. 1 - 2, January - June, (2013):
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Sr. No. | Author | Title of the Paper | Pages |

1. | Indu Bala. | On Cesaro sequence space defined by a modulus function in a seminormed space. | 01 - 09 |

2. | James Camacho Jr. | Outer and inner lattice measures. | 11 - 21 |

3. | Ramesh Chand. | Thermal instability of rotating Maxwell visco-elastic fluid with variable gravity in porous medium. | 23 - 31 |

4. | Peter V. Danchev. | On weakly w1-p^(w+n)-projective abelian p-groups. | 33 - 46 |

5. | P. Dheena and C. Jenila. | Additively and multiplicatively inverse near-semirings. | 47 - 55 |

6. | S. A. Episkoposian and T. M. Grigorian. | A representations of functions from L1-mu class by series with monotonic coefficients concerning Haar systems. | 57 - 68 |

7. | U. C. Gairola and A. S. Rawat. | A fixed point theorem for non-continuous maps satisfying integral type inequality | 69 - 77 |

8. | Said R. Grace, Sandra Pinelas and Ravi P. Agarwal. | Oscillation criteria for nth order nonlinear dynamic equations on time-scales. | 79 - 85 |

9. | Shyam Lal and Abhishek Mishra. | The method of summation (E; 1) (N; pn) and trigonometric approximation of functions in generalized Holder metric. | 87 - 98 |

10. | Lin Li and Shapour Heidarkhani. | Multiplicity solutions to a doubly eigenvalue fourth-order equation. | 99-110 |

11. | T. D. Narang . | On approximative compactness. | 111-119 |

12. | Figen Oke . | On existence of residual transcendental extensions of valuations on K to K(x1, .... ,xn). | 121-125 |

13. | B. D. Pant, M. Abbas and S. Chauhan. | Coincidences and common fixed points of weakly compatible mappings in Menger spaces. | 127-139 |

14. | V. D. Pathak and U. M. Pirzada. | Necessary and sufficient optimality conditions for nonlinear unconstrained fuzzy optimization problem. | 141-155 |

15. | B. G. Prasad, Rajnishkumar and Rajshekhar Prasad. | MHD forced convection with laminar pulsating flow in a saturated porous channel. | 157-171 |

16. | G. C. Rana and V. Sharma. | Stability of stratified Rivlin–Ericksen fluid permeated with suspended particles and uniform horizontal magnetic field in porous medium. | 173-182 |

17. | G. S. Saluja. | Convergence theorems of finite steps iterative sequences with mean errors for generalized asymptotically quasi-nonexpansive mappings. | 183-196 |

18. | Kishan Sharma. | A method for the solution of fractional kinetic equations. | 197-201 |

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