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This book maps the evolution of India's North-East into a constituent region of the republic and analyzes the perpetual crisis in the region since Independence. It highlights how linguistic and leadership issues have long been the seed of contention in the region and how factors like ethnicity, ideology, and religion further aggravate the conflicts. It also throws light on This book maps the evolution of India's North-East into a constituent region of the republic and analyzes the perpetual crisis in the region since Independence. It highlights how linguistic and leadership issues have long been the seed of contention in the region and how factors like ethnicity, ideology, and religion further aggravate the conflicts. It also throws light on the major insurgencies, internal displacements, protest movements, and the regional drug and weapons trade in the region. Finally, it suggests a policy framework to combat the crises.


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This book maps the evolution of India's North-East into a constituent region of the republic and analyzes the perpetual crisis in the region since Independence. It highlights how linguistic and leadership issues have long been the seed of contention in the region and how factors like ethnicity, ideology, and religion further aggravate the conflicts. It also throws light on This book maps the evolution of India's North-East into a constituent region of the republic and analyzes the perpetual crisis in the region since Independence. It highlights how linguistic and leadership issues have long been the seed of contention in the region and how factors like ethnicity, ideology, and religion further aggravate the conflicts. It also throws light on the major insurgencies, internal displacements, protest movements, and the regional drug and weapons trade in the region. Finally, it suggests a policy framework to combat the crises.

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    অধ্যায়ভিত্তিক সাজানোটা চমৎকার ছিলো।

  2. 5 out of 5

    Onkar Thakur

    The A-Z of the ceaseless conflicts raging on in India's northeast since independence. Subir Bhaumik does a stupendous job of documenting the causes of the unending strife in northeastern India. Mr Bhaumick not only writes about militants and militancy but delves deep into the causes of the conflicts be it ethnicity, religion, politics or lack of developments.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nallasivan V.

    A comprehensive look at the socio-political history of post-independent northeast India. Facts-filled and covers a range of topics - a great introduction to NE!

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