Politics of Identity and Nation Building in Northeast India
Girin Phukon, Nikunjalata Dutta
South Asian Publishers, 1997 - India, Northeastern - 193 pages
Anthology of papers presented at a seminar held in the Department of Political Science, Dibrugarh University, Assam in November 1995.
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