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THE NEGLECTED INDIA: POST INDEPENDENCE STORY OF NORTHEASTERN STATES

North East India

The rail connection in the year 1947 between North-East India (Guwahati) and Kolkata was through East Bengal, which is now in Bangladesh. The rail connection between the northeast region and India (West Bengal) was cut off after partition in the year 1947. Immediately after separation, there was no rail link

ARMED FORCES (SPECIAL POWER) ACT IN NORTH-EAST: A MISUSED POWER OR A NECESSITY

Due to partition of Bengal, East Bengal and Assam at the time of independence of India in the year 1947, some specific areas were struggling with internal conflicts. In order to control and deal with the situation in distributed regions and help to maintain law and order, the Indian army

POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO TACKLE UNEMPLOYMENT, ARMED CONFLICTS IN NORTH EAST

Kaziranga

The Nagas started waging an armed conflict against the newly formed Indian government to establish an autonomous state in the northeast region, soon after India gained its independence on 15th August 1947. The Naga conflict is considered by many experts one of the little known and one of the longest-running

THE OTHER INDIANS: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND THE NORTHEAST CONFLICT?

The northeast region of India - Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya, and Sikkim - is still neglected and suffer a massive conflict that caused from substantial economic loss. Isn't it a regrettable fact after 70 years of our independence? Surrounded by many countries such as China, Myanmar,

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