Naga Chronicle 2nd Rev edn
by Nuh, V K
Imprint : Regency Publications
Year : 2021
ISBN : 9789390259786
Price : Rs 24895.00
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The longest armed struggle in India has been that of the Naga people. Beginning soon after India's Independence, the Nagas asserted their rights over their land and political destiny. Their struggle took the form of armed resistance, which was countered by the Indian armed forces. The Indian government has played a very careful role in both, repressing insurgency and at the same time bringing development to Nagaland and other Naga inhabited areas. Various agencies were at work among the Nagas, i
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PART I: THE NAGA CHRONICLE PART II: BRITISH RULE IN NAGA AREA PART III: BRITISH INDIA AND NAGA PEOPLE PART IV: NAGA NATIONAL COUNCIL PART V: DECLARATION OF SELF-DETERMINATION PART VI: LAWS OF OPPRESSION AND REPRESSION ON NAGA PEOPLE PART VII: 16 POINTS AGREEMENT AND NAGALAND STATE PART VIII: PEACE MISSION WORK, 1964 PART IX: 1964 CEASE-FIRE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE FGN AND THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA PART X: PEACE TALK PROCEEDINGS, 1964–68 PART XI: SHILLONG ACCORD PART XII: NAGA NATIONAL POL
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