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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Growing Challenge to the Concept of Secularism and
Ethnic Cultural Diversity of NorthEast India
Upholding the Value of Secularism in NorthEast India
Ethnicity Ethnic Conflict and Conflict Resolution in
Ethnic Issues in Nagaland and NorthEast India
The Case of
Movement of Lesser Known Ethnic Groups of Assam
ABSU Ahom areas Arunachal Pradesh Aryan Assam Movement Assamese language assimilation Autonomous Barak Valley Bengali Bodo Bodo language Bodoland Boro-Kachari Boros Brahmaputra Brahmaputra valley Census cent century Christian colonial communities concept context Council culture Delhi demand democratic Dhemaji dialect Dimasa distinct dominant economic elite emerged ethnic conflicts ethnic identity ethnic issues ethnic movements ethno-cultural faith freedom Garo Government Hills District Hindu Hinduism Hmar ideology immigrants indigenous insurgency Kachari Karbi Anglong Khasi Kokrajhar Kukis Lalung land leaders linguistic majority Manipur Meghalaya migration minority Mizo Mizoram Mongoloid Muslims N.C. Hills Naga Nagaland Nagaon Nepali Nepalis in Assam non-tribal North Cachar Hills North-East India North-Eastern organisation parties plains tribals political problems Rabha region religion religious Sanskrit scheduled castes scheduled tribe secular separate social society socio-cultural socio-economic Tai-Ahom territory traditional Tribal Belt Tribal Block tribal groups tribal population Tripura Union United Minority Front village