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New in New jacket. The groups of people uprooted from their traditional moorings is a grave human problem. The rehabilitation and relocation of such groups of people require a definite policy and enormous human and financial resources. The book highlights their problems, rehabilitation program, policy, planning, social scientists, and anthropologists and views on this subject. About The Author: -Dr. G.P. Singh, is currently Emeritus Professor of History, University of Manipur, Imphal. He is former Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and lreland, London, and former member of Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi. He has been associated with several academic and professional bodies at both national and international level. He has been carrying out an extensive research for over three decades on different aspects of ancient Indian history and culture and on ancient Indian historiography. He has to his credit about seventy research papers published in reputed historical journals, national and international. The history and civilization of north-east India has been one of the areas of his study and research. In this area too, he has contributed numerous papers to journals and books. He has authored twelve scholarly books which have been widely acclaimed by the scholars (in the field) in India and abroad. Some of his prominent works include The Kiratas in Ancient India: A Historical Study of their life, Culture and Civilization: Early Indian, Historical Tradition and Archaeology; Political Thought in Ancient India; Facets of Ancient Indian History and Culture New Perception; Ancient Indian Historiography: Sources and Interpretations: Republics, Kingdoms, Towns and Cities in Ancient India; Kingship in Ancient India Genesis and Growth; Historicity of Rama and Krsna Literary, Historical, Archaeological and Scientific Perspectives; Perspectives on Indian History, Historiography, and Philosophy of History. Contents: -Introduction Acknowledgment Contributors REPATRIATES AND RESETTLEMENT Exodus of Indian Minorities from Burma and Sri Lanka A Political Background Ecological Consequences of Rehabilitation Programmes in Andamans PLANNED DEVELOPMKENT AND REHABILITATION FO THE UPROOTED Socio-Economic Problems and Social Change among Relocatees of Rengali Dam-A Case Study The Tiger Triumph and the Timid Tribal: The Chenchu Case Loktak Project and some basic issues for the Communities in Manipur Valley River Dam Projects and Rehabilitation Planning: A Profile of Project affected Population of Jayakwadi and Strisaliam Projects Industrial Development and Problems of the Uprooted: A Case Study Role of Enumeration in the Rehabilitation of the displaced due to Visakha Steel Project REHABILITAITON: A POLICY PERHABILITAIION: A POLICY PERSPECTIVE A Framework for Planned Rehabilitatin Rehabilitation and Relocation: Theory and Practice Displacement and Rehabilitation: Issues for Policy Planning Displacement and Resettlement: A Conceptual Frame of the Problems and Prospects Index The Title 'The Kiratas in Ancient India a Historical Study of Their Life, Culture and Civilization written/authored/edited by G.P. Singh', published in the year 1990. The ISBN 9788121203296 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 538 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Anthropology / Tribal Studies / History / Archaeology / North-East Indian Studies.
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