Tension and conflict in North-east India by Braja BihДЃrД« KumДЃra

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  • India, Northeastern


  • India, Northeastern -- Politics and government.,
  • India, Northeastern -- Ethnic relations.,
  • India, Northeastern -- Social conditions.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementB.B. Kumar.
LC ClassificationsDS483.8 .K86 1995
The Physical Object
Pagination151 p. ;
Number of Pages151
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL944612M
ISBN 108170206820
LC Control Number95901230

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Kuki-Naga Conflict with Special Reference to the Chandel District of Manipur D. Michael Haokip 7. Kuki-Paite Conflict in the Churchandpur District of Manipur Rebecca C. Haokip 8. Youth in the Context of the Garo-Khasi Tension in Meghalaya Amrit Sangma 9. The Garo-Khasi Tension: Implica-tions for the youth and Women Sarah Maria.

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Conflict arises due to various reasons. Malthus, the eminent economist says that reduced supply of the means of subsistence is the root cause of conflict. According to him, conflict is caused by the increase of population in geometrical progression and the food supply in arithmetical progression.

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India would also provide $2 million as immediate flood relief. Niraja Gopal Jayal’s Citizenship and Its Discontents: An Indian History presents what she variously calls a history of ideas, a genealogy, or a biography of citizenship in India.

Standing as the proxy for ‘the Indian people’, citizenship is the tragic protagonist of her story. Every Tension and conflict in North-east India book of citizenship is, necessarily, also a story of the state.

Sep 26,  · The Kashmir conflict in India’s northwest may attract more attention from the outside world, but the conflict in the northeast is no less vicious, possibly claiming more lives and causing more mayhem. Assam’s commercial center, Guwahati, earned dubious distinction as one of the most bombed cities in the country.

An ethnic conflict is a conflict between two or more contending ethnic groups. While the source of the conflict may be political, social, economic or religious, the individuals in conflict must expressly fight for their ethnic group's position within society.

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state of Arunachal Pradesh formerly the North East Frontier Agency (see figure 1). The Sino-Indian border rivalry is an outcome of the failure of India and China to mutually agree upon the exact alignment of their common boundary within the complexities of theAuthor: Qasim Hameedy.

“North East Indian Poetry: ‘Peace’ in Violence” To discuss poetry written in North East India is an enormity of tasks. Firstly, to share commonalities from the different matrixes and cultures of the region; secondly, to pin point the major themes of the poets writing in different languages invested as they are with stark realities.

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The first problem of insurgency surfaced in Nagaland (which remained divided between Assam and the Northeast Frontier Agency) in the early fifties, albeit the aspiration of Nagas not to join India after the partition had been expressed earlier in to the British administration.

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The Kukis and the Nagas are two major ethnic groups in the state of Manipur in North East India. Intension erupted between the two communities that escalated into a violent conflict.

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Description. India’s North-East has been the subject of much debate and interpretations since Independence. Beginning with the earliest challenge to the nation-building process, this highly diverse and multicultural region has, through its multiple identity movements and militant separatism, thrown up several major issues that have resulted in the redrawing of the parameters of the Indian.

May 07,  · US official stokes border tension between India and China in the Himalayas By Kumaran Ira 7 May The US Consul General in Kolkata, Craig L.

Hall, provocatively endorsed Indian territorial. Washington: US President Barack Obama secretly offered Pakistan in that he would nudge India towards negotiations on Kashmir in lieu of it ending support to terrorist groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba and Taliban, but much to his disappointment Islamabad rejected the offer.

The four areas of conflict they examine are the ones in north-eastern India, the conflict in Jammu and Kashmir, the Khalistan movement in Punjab and the Maoist insurgency in central and western India.

I decide to read about the latter first as it is the most topical and fastest-growing movement in India. Mar 15,  · While the potential for conflict between India and China is low, a combination of regional competition and water-sharing tension could still threaten regional stability.

Improved communication and co-operation would reduce the potential for conflict. Abstract: North -East India has been occupying a unique position in Indian politics. This multi ethnic society comprises the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, and the Himalayan State of Sikkim.

North East India, the entire region is an area which is a house of many internal strife and brokenrranch.com: Neha Gupta. Aug 28,  · The definition of conflict and defining conflict areas is not easy and no two places are alike.

Journalists need to know what they can expect on sight in order to define the objectives of their project. In case of a crisis or a conflict, the international media can attract worldwide attention. May 24,  · Hindu-Muslim Conflict in India May 24, BOB ABERNETHY: India, which is mostly Hindu, and Pakistan, which is mostly Muslim, are once again on the brink of.

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Border tension rises between India and China. The NEFA (North East Frontier Agency) was created in The tension between India and China, if continues, tends to destabilize South Asia.

Apr 09,  · Assam: BJP looks to maximise gains by spinning linguistic tension as Hindu-Muslim conflict This polarisation happened in Gujarat too. Just after the Gujarat carnage during Narendra Modi’s rule, the common refrain from Hindus in the state was that Muslims have been shown their place.

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Nov 04,  · In the contemporary era of neo-liberal globalization, India’s North-East Region bears a strategic weight that the policy makers and strategic community have long aspired for.

The recent reframing of the Look East Policy (LEP) to Act East Policy (AEP) shows the strategic vision that at present Indian State upholds towards the region. Besides. Nov 23,  · Kashmir is the source of conflict between India and Pakistan.

But that's today. There is an historical background to the Kashmir conflict which one needs to. (iv) Veto power in respect of other State Bills reserved by the Governor (Article ). The Three Lists: As for the subjects of legislation the Constitution has adopted, as if directly from the Government of India Act,a three-fold distribution of legislative powers between the Union and the States, a procedure which is not very common with federal constitutions elsewhere.

crises. The long-standing conflict between India and Pakistan about the contested state of Jammu-Kashmir, which has resulted so far in three major wars, stands out as one of the most prominent violent conflict cases in the region.

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To have a broader scope, the mission's name was changed to North East India General Mission (NEIGM). The first resistance to British hegemony by the Kuki people was the Kuki Rebellion of after which their territory was subjugated by the British and divided between the administrations of British India and British Burma.Mar 06,  · India and Bhutan share a time-tested relationship that is a perfect example of friendship and cordiality in South Asia.

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