Ethnic Issues, Secularism, and Conflict Resolution in North East Asia
Bimal J. Deb
Concept Publishing Company, 2006 - Conflict management - 247 pages
Contributed articles presented at the Seminar on Ethnic Issues, Secularism, and Conflict Resolution in North-East India held at Shillong during 25-26 April, 2001.
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Ethnicity and Ethnic Movements in NorthEast India
Equality Fraternity and Development
EthnoCultural Paranoia and Political Design
Upholding the Value of Secularism in NorthEast India
Ethnicity Ethnic Conflict and Conflict Resolution in
A Conceptual Framework
Ethnic Identity Issue of Arunachal Pradesh
Past and Present
According activities administrative Ahom areas Arunachal Pradesh Assam Assamese attempt Autonomous Bangladesh beliefs Bengali Bodo Boros Cachar caste cent Central century Christian civil communities concept Constitution continued Council culture Delhi demand democratic Dimasa distinct districts dominant East economic emerged established ethnic conflicts ethnic groups existence fact faith followed forces freedom further Government Hills Hindu human identity important independence individual interests issues Karbi land language leaders linguistic living majority means minority Mongoloid movement Muslims Naga Nagaland nature Nepali North North-East India North-Eastern organisation origin parties period plains political population practices present preserve problems protection question recent REFERENCES region religion religious remained respect result rule scheduled secular separate situation social society speaking territory traditional tribal tribes Tripura Union United University valley values various village