Rev. J.J.M. Nichols Roy, Architect of District Council Autonomy
On the life and role of James Joy Mohan Nichols Roy, 1883-1959, a leader in the making of autonomous District Councils for the hill areas of the then Assam, and incorporating it in the Sixth Schedule of the Indian Constitution.
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