Land And People Of Indian States And Union Territories In 36 Volumes

Author by : S. C. Bhatt
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Description : An encyclopaedic voluminous work gives authentic and objectives information about all the 28 states and 7Union Territories, History, Physical aspects, Population, Politics, Education, Transport and Communication, Languages and Literature, Medical Facilities, Industry, Finance Sector, Natural Wealth, Agriculture, Wild Life, Tourism, Archeological sites, Natural Calamities, Customs, Fairs and Festivals, Arts and Crafts, Rural and Urban Development, Newspapers, Important Events, NGO, Planning outlays0 in thirty-six volumes, each volume complete about a state. A benchmark.


The Beautiful India Arunachal Pradesh

Author by : Syed Amanur Rahman
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Description : 'Saare Jhan Se Achchha Hindostan Hamara' (Our India is the best among all lands in the world) said Dr Iqbal, the poet of East. Now this poetic line has evolved into a symbolic expression for the greatness of our country. This is sung frequently and used widely for an easy, prompt and soft pronouncement of the greatness and novelty of our country. No doubt, India is great and illustrious. Its on top as far as its heritage, history, philosophy and culture is concerned. Our team of authors and editors has made their best efforts to depict the same greatness of our country and nation in this series. Here is a treasure, bound into books. This is the best example of 'knowledge in a nutshell'. Needless to say that India is known for its unity in diversity, with its kaleidoscopic variety, it emerges as a wonderful nation. With one of the oldest civilisations in the world, this country has a rich cultural heritage. After independence, through 58 years. India has achieved multifaceted socio-economic progress in addition to creating a niche in the international community and the new world order. India is a federation of states and union territories. As of now, there are 28 states and 7 union territories in the country, all these states have made tremendous progress in almost every sphere since 1947, when the nation had attained freedom. Various Indian states have shown an all round advancement and stupendous progress in political, cultural, economic and social areas. India is a vast country. All states enjoy autonomy to a great extent and flourish in their own manner. Some states are similar to each other while others are quite different from the rest. People of one state have little authentic knowledge about other states. This situation, in some cases, creates problems and difficulties with no ready solution at hand. Hence this comprehensive and exhaustive encyclopaedic work. Every state and union territory has been covered in a separate book, each book, devoted to one state or U.T. covers life and people under various heads-Land, People, Heritage History, Geography, Economy, Polity, Tourism, etc. The "Beautiful India" series is an asset for all scholars, researchers, teachers, students and of course, the general readers.


Land And People Of Indian States And Union Territories In 36 Volumes

Author by : S. C. Bhatt
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gyan Publishing House
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Description : An encyclopaedic voluminous work gives authentic and objectives information about all the 28 states and 7Union Territories, History, Physical aspects, Population, Politics, Education, Transport and Communication, Languages and Literature, Medical Facilities, Industry, Finance Sector, Natural Wealth, Agriculture, Wild Life, Tourism, Archeological sites, Natural Calamities, Customs, Fairs and Festivals, Arts and Crafts, Rural and Urban Development, Newspapers, Important Events, NGO, Planning outlays0 in thirty-six volumes, each volume complete about a state. A benchmark.


Arunachal Pradesh

Author by : B. B. Pandey
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Political history of Arunāchal Pradesh, India.


North East India Land People And Economy

Author by : K.R. Dikshit
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : North-East India, comprising the seven contiguous states around Assam, the principal state of the region, is a relatively unknown, yet very fascinating region. The forest clad peripheral mountains, home to indigenous peoples like the Nagas, Mizos and the Khasis, the densely populated Brahmaputra valley with its lush green tea gardens and the golden rice fields, the moderately populated hill regions and plateaus, and the sparsely inhabited Himalayas, form a unique mosaic of natural and cultural landscapes and human interactions, with unparalleled diversity. The book provides a glimpse into the region’s past and gives a comprehensive picture of its physical environment, people, resources and its economy. The physical environment takes into account not only the structural base of the region, its physical characteristics and natural vegetation but also offers an impression of the region’s biodiversity and the measures undertaken to preserve it. The people of the region, especially the indigenous population, inhabiting contrasting environments and speaking a variety of regional and local dialects, have received special attention, bringing into focus the role of migration that has influenced the traditional societies, for centuries. The book acquaints the readers with spatial distribution, life style and culture of the indigenous people, outlining the unique features of each tribe. The economy of the region, depending originally on primitive farming and cottage industries, like silkworm rearing, but now greatly transformed with the emergence of modern industries, power resources and expanding trade, is reviewed based on authentic data and actual field observations. The epilogue, the last chapter in the book, summarizes the authors’ perception of the region and its future.


Upsssc Pet Preliminary Exam Guide For Group C Other Posts 2021

Author by : Arihant Experts
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Publisher by : Arihant Publications India limited
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Description : 1. UPSSSC PET is a complete study Guide for the preparation of Group B & C posts. 2. The guide is divided into 6 main sections 3. Special section is allotted to Current Affairs 4. Chapterwise and Sectionwise Theories are given in the form ‘Notes’ 5. MCQs and Practice sets are given for complete practice For the first time, Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UPSSSC) is going to conduct the Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) for the recruitment of Group B & C posts. Introducing, our new edition “UPSSSC PET”, which is comprised to serve as a complete study guide for aspirants who are preparing for Group B & C posts. Objectively designed as per the latest prescribed syllabus and pattern this book is segregated into 6 major sections: General Studies, General Science, Elementary Arithmetic, Saamaanya Hindi, Angrezi, Logic and Reasoning. A special section is allotted to Current Affairs providing summary of current turn of events around globe. Chapterwise and Sectionwise theories are given in the ‘Notes’ form. Along with theories ample number of MCQs and 3 practice sets are given for the complete conceptual revision of chapters. TOC Current Affairs, General Studies, General Science, Elementary Arithmetic, Saamaanya Hindi, Angrezi, Logic and Reasoning, 3 Practice Sets.


Art And Culture Of North East India

Author by : L. P. VIDYARTHI
Languange : en
Publisher by : Publications Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
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Description : This book is an outcome of the author's longstanding field work and researches of different parts of western, central and north eastern Himalayas.


Land Rights Of The Indigenous Peoples Of The Chittagong Hill Tracts Bangladesh

Author by : Rajkumari Chandra Kalindi Roy
Languange : en
Publisher by : IWGIA
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Description : Little is know about the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh (CHT), an area of approximately 5,089 square miles in southeastern Bangladesh. It is inhabited by indigenous peoples, including the Bawm, Sak, Chakma, Khumi Khyang, Marma, Mru, Lushai, Uchay (also called Mrung, Brong, Hill Tripura), Pankho, Tanchangya and Tripura (Tipra), numbering over half a million. Originally inhabited exclusively by indigenous peoples, the Hill Tracts has been impacted by national projects and programs with dire consequences. This book describes the struggle of the indigenous peoples of the Chittagong Hill Tracts region to regain control over their ancestral land and resource rights. From sovereign nations to the limited autonomy of today, the report details the legal basis of the land rights of the indigenous peoples and the different tools employed by successive administrations to exploit their resources and divest them of their ancestral lands and territories. The book argues that development programs need to be implemented in a culturally appropriate manner to be truly sustainable, and with the consent and participation of the peoples concerned. Otherwise, they only serve to push an already vulnerable people into greater impoverishment and hardship. The devastation wrought by large-scale dams and forestry policies cloaked as development programs is succinctly described in this report, as is the population transfer and militarization. The interaction of all these factors in the process of assimilation and integration is the background for this book, analyzed within the perspective of indigenous and national law, and complemented by international legal approaches. The book concludes with an updateon the developments since the signing of the Peace Accord between the Government of Bangladesh and the Jana Sanghati Samiti (JSS) on December 2, 1997.


Discovery Of North East India

Author by : Suresh Kant Sharma
Languange : en
Publisher by : Mittal Publications
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District Census Handbook North Tripura

Author by : India. Director of Census Operations, Tripura
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Historical Dictionary Of The Peoples Of The Southeast Asian Massif

Author by : Jean Michaud
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Description : Dwelling in the highland areas of Northeast India, Bangladesh, Southwest China, Taiwan, Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, and Peninsular Malaysia are hundreds of “peoples”. Together their population adds up to 100 million, more than most of the countries they live in. Yet in each of these countries, they are regarded as minorities. This second edition of Historical Dictionary of the Peoples of the Southeast Asian Massif contains a chronology, an introduction, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 700 cross-referenced entries on about 300 groups, the ten countries they live in, their historical figures, and their salient political, economic, social, cultural and religious aspects. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more.


Socialist India

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Concise General Knowledge

Author by : Rajeev Garg
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Publisher by : S. Chand Publishing
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Description : Crisp and updated content according to the current trend of various competitive examinations like SSC-CGL, Railway Recruitment Board exams, IBPS and others. Timeline is coverd up to 2018 in History section (first time in any G.K. book) and many unique boxes. Many additional boxes and important text based on various competitive exams. Many unique in formations in the Geography section. Special coverage of Union Budget 2018-19, Demonetisation, GST and Cryptocurrency in the economics section. Important facts are incorporated in Box, Tables and Charts. Mnemonics are given along with the content for quick revision. Relevant diagrams are given in Science and Geography section for better understanding of the concepts.


The Statesman S Yearbook 2017

Author by : Palgrave Macmillan
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : Now in its 153rd edition, The Statesman's Yearbook continues to be the reference work of choice for accurate and reliable information on every country in the world. Covering political, economic, social and cultural aspects, the Yearbook is also available online for subscribing institutions: www.statesmansyearbook.com.


Ssc Social Science Tb 10 R

Author by : Malti Mallik, Anita Jain, SK Jha and Dinesh Bhatt
Languange : en
Publisher by : New Saraswati House India Pvt Ltd
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Description : SSc-Social Science-TB-10-R


Saraswati Social Science Class 10

Author by : Arti Arora
Languange : en
Publisher by : New Saraswati House India Pvt Ltd
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Description : A text book on Social Science


Refugee Crises And Third World Economies

Author by : Sourav Kumar Das
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Publisher by : Emerald Group Publishing
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Description : The global political economy is currently in the midst of a refugee crisis, one that is complex and that remains poorly researched and under-theorized within both economics and political science. There is little understanding of the many diverse situations that led to it, and refugees are all too often included in the category of forced migrants.


The Statesman S Yearbook 2016

Author by : Nick Heath-Brown
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : Now in its 152nd edition, The Statesman's Yearbook continues to be the reference work of choice for accurate and reliable information on every country in the world. Covering political, economic, social and cultural aspects, the Yearbook is also available online for subscribing institutions: www.statesmansyearbook.com .


Borderland Politics In Northern India

Author by : Yu-Wen Chen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : The colonial legacy in the construction of the modern Indian state has left a deep imprint on contemporary Indians’ self-identity and self-determination. Borderland Politics in Northern India is a collection of essays, giving detailed accounts of the many different ways that people throughout India understand their homeland, the territory where they live, and the broader region to which they belong. Mona Chettri looks at the Gorkha community in the Darjeeling hills to the northeast, Manjeet Baruah examines Assam, and L. Lam Khan Piang explores the dispersion of the Zo people throughout many northeastern states. In the northwest, Aijaz Ashraf Wani illustrates how Jammu and Kashmir state is severed along complex regional, religious, and ethnic lines. This book is an invaluable source for readers interested in comparative studies of borderlands globally. It also contributes to South Asian studies broadly conceived, to Indian border studies, and to local social, cultural, and political histories of the constituent border regions of Northern India. This book was published as a special issue of Asian Ethnicity.


Stateless In South Asia

Author by : Deepak K Singh
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE Publications India
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Description : What does it mean to be ‘stateless’ in the modern postcolonial context? This fascinating study addresses this complex question through the case of the Chakma refugees in Arunachal Pradesh. The largely neglected social history of the ethnic Buddhist Chakmas, whose homeland is the Chittagong Hill Tracts (in the present day Bangladesh), carries the multiple imprints of partition, dominant development paradigm and religious persecution. As refugees in the strategically sensitive and disputed territory of Arunachal Pradesh in India’s Northeast, they are locked in an intractable conflict over land and resources with the indigenous Arunachalis, themselves marginalized and alienated from the rest of the country. Setting a new dimension in refugee studies, the arguments in this book are developed on the framework of oral narratives, incorporating the self perceptions of both the Chakmas as well as the Arunachalis who host them. The book critically analyses national and international official documents and policy statements and demonstrates the absence of legal-institutional and legislative structures to address the concerns of refugees. It throws into relief the sharp contestations over nationalism, citizenship and ethnicity in South Asia, both at the level of political movements and academic discourse. It sheds new light on the outcomes of partition, boundary making and state formation, as well as dominant development models by examining the everyday experiences of these communities. This book will be a useful resource for scholars and students of politics, international relations, sociology, anthropology and history. It will also help policy makers and lawyers.


Magbook Indian World Geography 2020

Author by : Vivek Sharma
Languange : en
Publisher by : Arihant Publications India limited
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Description : 1. Magbook series deals with the preliminary examinations for civil series. 2. It?s a 2 in 1 series offers advantages of both Magazine and book. 3. The entire syllabus of India and World Geography divided into 24 Chapters. 4. Focuses on the Topics and Trends of question asked in Previous Years? Questions. 5. Offers Chapterwise Practice and well detailed explanations the previous Years? questions. 6. More than 3000 MCQs for the revision of the topics. 7. 5 Practice sets and 2 Previous Years solved Papers sets for thorough practice. 8. The book uses easy language for quick understanding. Preparing for the examinations like UPSC, State PCS or any other civil Services papers students need to have a comprehensive, complete and concrete knowledge about their subjects from the point of view exam. Arihant MAGBOOK Series is a must for Civil Services (Pre) Examination State PCS & Other Comprehensive Examinations. It?s a 2 in 1 series that provides all the study material in concise and brief manner offering unique advantage of both Magazines and Books. It comprehensively covers the syllabus of General Studies portion of the UPSC and State PCS Preliminary Examination. The current edition of ?Magbook India & World Geography? covers every topic of Geography in this book. The whole syllabus has been divided into 24 chapters in this book. It focuses on the Topics and Trends of questions which are asked in previous Years? Civil Services Examinations, further it provides Chapterwise practice of the questions that build self confidence and Skill Adaption in the candidates and lastly it offers detailed explanations of Previous Years? Civil Services examination in a easy language for quick understanding. Apart from Topical coverage and Previous Years? Question, this book also focuses on practice by providing with more than 3000 MCQs and 5 Practice Sets that help students to know latest pattern of the paper as well as its difficulty level. This book is a must for the civil services aspirants as it help them to move a step ahead towards their aim. TABLE OF CONTENT India and World Geography ? The Universe and The Solar System, The Earth, Geomorphology, Geomorphology II, Climatology, Oceanography, Biogeography, Human Geography, Economic Geography, Continents, India: Physical Aspects, Indian Agriculture, Industrial Features of India, Transport, Trade and Communication in India, India Cultural Settings, Urbanisation In India, Ecology and Biodiversity ? Ecology: Basic Concepts, Environment, Biodiversity and Its Conservation, Climate Change, Disaster Management, Sustainable Development, Practice Sets (1-5), Previous Years? Solved Papers 1, Previous Years? Solved Papers 2.


Energy And Power In North East India

Author by : Subhadeep Bhattacharjee
Languange : en
Publisher by : Mittal Publications
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Description : Chifely with reference to Tripura, India.


Emergent North East A Way Forward

Author by : H. C. Sadangi
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gyan Publishing House
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Description : The ethnic mosaic of North-East India offers a fascinating area of academic discourse which needs to be examined for a clear understanding of the elements of separatism or integration which necessarily carry socio-political ramifications. It attempts to assess the contours of ethno-cultural plurality in the social dynamics of the region as well as about its history, geography, economic and concurrent political scenario fogging with insurgency and terrorism. To be more precise, it deals with the land, the people, history, economy, cultural heritage, ethnical composition, with a socio-political relevance of each state of the North-East India. The present book should be of interest to students, scholars, journalists and policy makers interested in the study of ethnic conflicts, politics, insurgency and identity politics. It should be an indispensable reference tool for students of Political Science, Sociology, History and Anthropology.


Annual Analysis Of Competitiveness Simulation Studies And Development Perspective For 35 States And Federal Territories Of India 2000 2010

Author by : Khee Giap Tan
Languange : en
Publisher by : World Scientific
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Description : India is emerging as one of the economic giants of the world, and is gaining international influence and global leadership as the world's largest democracy. India's performance will have far-reaching consequences on whether the economic awakening of the country, which began more than two decades ago, can become a good model to be emulated by other developing economies. This book is a collection of policy papers and data-sets for the 35 states and federal territories of India. With a comprehensive approach to competitiveness, the research done by Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI) at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore takes into account different factors that collectively shape the ability of a nation to achieve substantial and inclusive economic development over a sustained period of time. ACI's methodology goes beyond rankings to conduct policy simulations on how each state or federal territory can improve its competitiveness. These policy simulations are a compelling value-added proposition enabling policymakers, industry leaders and administrators to identify relative challenges and opportunities, and to prioritise areas when crafting policies and development strategies. Contents:Sub-National Competitiveness Ranking and Simulation Analysis on 35 States and Federal Territories of India: An Overview of the Development PerspectiveAndaman and Nicobar IslandsAndhra PradeshArunachal PradeshAssamBiharChandigarhChhattisgarhDadra and Nagar HaveliDaman and DiuDelhiGoaGujaratHaryanaHimachal PradeshJammu and KashmirJharkhandKarnatakaKeralaLakshadweepMadhya PradeshMaharashtraManipurMeghalayaMizoramNagalandOdishaPuducherryPunjabRajasthanSikkimTamil NaduTripuraUttar PradeshUttarakhandWest BengalAppendices:List of IndicatorsComputation of Rankings: The Algorithm Readership: Professionals; researchers; think-tanks; policy makers; government officials. Key Features:First unique volume with no other rival publications as yet, covering all 35 states and federal territoriesAsia Competitiveness Institute has also published similar titles on Indonesia and ASEANEnables policymakers and administrators to identify challenges and opportunities with policy simulations conducted for the 35 states and federal territoriesKeywords:India;Competitiveness;Development strategies;Policies