Nagas' Rights to Self Determination: An Anthropological-historical Perspective

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Mittal Publications, 2000 - Ethnicity - 254 pages
Predominantly on historical account of the Naga's movement for their right to self-determination.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Nagas A General View
9
Methodology and Field Experience
25
SelfDetermination Conceptual Framework
37
Naga National Movement
57
Naga National Movement
77
SelfDetermination Perception of the Nagas
111
Conclusion
145
A Letter to the President of India
194
The Sixteen Point Agreement
198
The Question of Nagaland State
202
Nagaland Peace Missions Proposals
204
Shillong Accord
209
DesaiPhizo Talk
211
Punjab Security of State Act 1953
217
The Assam Maintenance of Public Order
224

Appendices
159
Naga Memorandum to Simon Commission
175
The Nine Point Agreement
177
A Letter from Jail
179
The Armed Forces Assam and Manipur
231
Agreed Ground Rules the IndoNaga CeaseFire 1997
238
Index
251
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